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CONFIRMED: New Chelsea manager Antonio Conte wants to sign £60million world class striker


Italian giants Juventus will try everything to keep striker Alvaro Morata in Turin but they will face competition, according to

Real Madrid will use the £24million buy-back option in the player's contract despite Juventus' attempts to sign the player on a permanent basis.

Chelsea have made an initial approach to understand how much they have to offer to secure the services of the Spaniard.

Paris Saint-Germain are also in the race after the French giants met with the player's agent but it is rumoured that the player would prefer an experience in the English Premier League.

According to reports in England, the Blues will make a new approach next week as they identified the 23-year-old as the one to replace unsettled striker Diego Costa.

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