Players turning on Alvaro Morata as he nears January transfer escape

Players turning on Alvaro Morata as he nears January transfer escape

Having started the season as Maurizio Sarri's first choice striker, the Spaniard has gone off the boil, with the Blues manager experimenting with Eden Hazard as a central striker in his place in recent weeks - leading to rumours linking Morata with an exit.

Asked if Wilson is good enough to play for Chelsea, Dublin told BBC Radio 5 live: "Yes, he is".

It is understood that the striker's agent, Juanma Lopez, has met with Spanish club Sevilla to hold preliminary talks about a return to Spain.

"The style does not suit him and he will go back".

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In the report, Sevilla want Morata on loan for the rest of the season but it's yet to be seen if the Blues would want a loan deal for the misfiring striker.

Morata only joined the London outfit from Real Madrid last season, but he has failed to impress in front of goal for the most of his time in England.

Wolves would hope to win the day by offering a Portuguese contingent to help him settle in England - which can be very tough for mid-season arrivals - and a greater degree of gametime than he might expect in competition with World Cup victor Olivier Giroud at Stamford Bridge. "He does not get the number that people expect but as a centre-forward, and as a team player, I have a lot of admiration for him". They are also still in three cup competitions - the Carabao Cup, the FA Cup and the Europa League.

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