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Atletico Madrid propose two forwards in swap deal for £58m Chelsea star

Atletico Madrid are eager to offer two players so as to get it over the line for Alvaro Morata, as indicated by the most recent reports. 
Morata, who has scored seven for the Blues this season, experienced a spell in December of not being incorporated into Maurizio Sarri's squad for four Premier League diversions consecutively.

In spite of a not too bad begin to life at Stamford Bridge the objectives have evaporated to some degree for the 26-year-old Morata and remarks from Sarri have proposed his time at the club likely could be arriving at an end.

Morata has hit 22 objectives in his year and a half since joining Chelsea from Real Madrid, however AC Milan and Barcelona have been connected with the striker, who could proceed onward one month from now.

Presently, as per a report from Goal, Atletico are prepared to venture up their quest for the previous Real Madrid striker by offering two of their own players consequently.

It has been broadly revealed that Morata won't be perm…

Liverpool to scout Italian hotshot in Serie A this weekend

Jurgen Klopp will reportedly send Liverpool scouts to Italy this weekend to run the rule over Ciro Immobile.
The Lazio frontman was linked with Tottenham and Man Utd last summer, but the 28-year-old stayed put in Rome with the forward penning a new contract on October 1 – tying him to the club until 2023.

The former Torino star has been Lazio’s top scorer for the last two years and he was the joint-top scorer in Serie A last term with 29 goals.

Now Klopp has ordered his scouts to watch the Italy international in Sunday’s game against Napoli, according to Anfield Press.

Coincidentally Napoli are also keen on the player, according to Tuttosport although a move from either Napoli or Liverpool will probably have to wait until the end of the season.

TRANSFER NEWS – Liverpool have sent a scout out to Italy to watch Ciro Immobile play for Lazio against Napoli on Sunday.

Would you like to see him at Anfield?#LFC

— Anfield Press (@AnfieldPress) January 16, 2019


Arsenal, Everton, Wolves alerted as Man Utd make duo available

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is accounted for to have told two Manchester United stars he won't remain in their direction this month should appropriate offers be made for their administrations. 
In any case, Solskjaer has cautioned the combine that just a single will be permitted to proceed onward – and at exactly that point at the correct cost, if the report in the Daily Express are to be accepted.

Ivory Coast protector Eric Bailly and adaptable Argentina man Marcos Rojo are the two men educated they could proceed onward subsequent to tumbling down the Norwegian's pecking request since he assumed responsibility at Old Trafford.

Bailly assumed a key job for United in his first season at the club as United got flatware in the League Cup and the Europa League amid Jose Mourinho's lady battle at Old Trafford.

Be that as it may, wounds and lost frame has seen the previous Villarreal man descend the pecking request at the club, while a red card against Bournemouth amid Solskjaer's…