Chelsea boss Conte remains coy on Morata future

Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata

Huddersfield soared into 16th place on 37 points, four clear of 18th-placed Swansea, who now have to rely on what manager Carlos Carvalhal has called a "miracle" if they are to survive.

Chelsea are now fifth in the Premier League table, and sit two points behind London neighbours Tottenham, with a further three points behind Liverpool who they defeated last season. But they weren't able to score one goal more than our opponent. This is football and to speak one day, you have always risk'.

They were as poor as they have been all season, with many leaving their seats well before the end.

Morata's debut season as a Blue can not be considered a success.

It left Arsenal as the only side in English league football to fail to win a single away point in 2018, having lost all seven road games before Wenger's farewell on Sunday after 22 years with the club at Huddersfield on Sunday. "We are fifth and we must accept this".

Asked if he had rested Hazard ahead of Chelsea's FA Cup final with Manchester United, Conte responded: 'No, absolutely not. But it's a pity because, also today, I saw a fantastic commitment from my players.

"It's stupid if we think rotation was a problem".

"Morata is Chelsea's player, he must be ready to play tomorrow and next season". People said that lineup was not good, but we won.

Morata made a promising start to his Chelsea FC career with nine goals in eight games but his form soon took a downturn.

According to Goal, however, Chelsea are "unlikely" to let their man go for less than the €75 million they spent on him, and "there is a feeling around the club" that he will improve.



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