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Chelsea boss Antonio Conte desperate to sign £50million Manchester United target but the player has other ideas

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Striker Alvaro Morata has rubbished recent reports claiming that he will join Milan insisting that he is happy with Real Madrid.

A target for Chelsea and Manchester United, the Spaniard has struggled to make an impact at the Santiago Bernabeu since his loan spell return from Juventus.

Blues manager Antonio Conte already made an attempt to sign him last summer and will make a new approach this month.

But the 24-year-old is determined to fight for a regular place in Zinedine Zidane's squad.

"I don't know anything about Milan [interest]," Morata told Italian network Mediaset.

"I read these things in the papers but don't know anything about them.

"To go back to Madrid again and win the Champions League is incredible.

"I think that it doesn't depend on so much on me if I want to stay, I am happy here, my dream is to be here and right now I'm not thinking about anything but celebrating.

"This is a team. Here we are 23, we have won together, we lose together and there's no need to think individually.

"If not, I would have to play tennis."

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