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Chelsea transfer news: Alvaro Morata tells Antonio Conte to sign Everton centre-forward

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Alvaro MorataAlvaro Morata has suggested that Chelsea sign Everton centre-forward Sandro Ramirez. Antonio Conte on the lookout for a new striker as he doesn’t trust Michy Batshuayi. READ MORE: Chelsea should be in the mix to sign departing Bayern Munich superstar Antonio Conte has both Alvaro Morata and Michy Batshuayi at his disposal, but he does […]

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Sandro would be great for us. Everton are fucktards this season, and I couldn't expect any player to show the slightest bit of good form at that club.

However, Everton wouldn't be able to get a replacement IMO, so i don't think they'd sell. To me though he has everything you want in a substitute striker: pace, he's direct, he's no-nonsense, he's a good FK taker, he's got a more powerful shot than any of our attacking players.

But - all that said. He'd be even better in a 2-striker system, playing alongside Morata. He consistently dropped deep for Malaga before taking on every player in the other team, a la Hazard. That's the sort of mayhem that would distract everyone from Morata, which is how Morata thrives.

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