News from has it that Borussia Dortmund are interested in Alvaro Morata, and Chelsea are also reportedly ready to allow Alvaro Morata leave this summer after just one season at the club in order to convince Borussia Dortmund in a swap deal for winger Christian Pulisic.

The 25-year-old Spanish striker, Morata had a disappointing debut campaign in west London scoring just total of 11 goals all season in the Premier League and due to his form he lost his starting place to Olivier Giroud after the Frenchman arrived from Arsenal in January.

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There have been links with Morata potentially returning to Juventus this summer, but according to Daily Mail which claim that the Blues are willing to let the Spain international head to the Bundesliga so that the United states winger will come in the other direction.

The daily Mail say that the winger has been identified as Chelsea’s a top target in case Real Madrid eventually sign Eden Hazard and Manchester United snap Willian.

Chelsea have also met with Juventus, Atletico Madrid and Napoli for the availability of their players in the likes Juventus midfielder Miralem Panic, Napoli centre-back Kalidou Koulibaly and Atletico Madrid defender Stefan Savic.

During the January transfer window, Borussia Dortmund allowed their main striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to leave the club for Arsenal, while Chelsea loaned out Michy Batshuayi for the rest of the campaign.

The Belgian striker impressed with the club, netting seven times in the league in the Bundesliga and twice more in the Europa League, before getting injured which made his season being cut short early.

With pre-season getting closer, the Blues will have four strikers who will report to Chelsea’s Cobham with Morata and Batshuayi being joined by Olivier Giroud and Tammy Abraham to fight for a place.

The decision will be left to whichever manager that will be at helm in Chelsea, with Antonio Conte still reportedly set to be replaced by former Napoli manager Maurizio Sarri, as Conte awaits his compensation of £9m.