The future of Juventus star Alvaro Morata remains uncertain, although it's very likely Real Madrid will exercise the option to buy him back for €30m in the summer.
The player arrived at Juventus in 2014 after a possible request from Antonio Conte, but the incoming Chelsea boss had resigned as Juventus manager only four days ago.
Italian website Calciomercato, in an exclusive, have revealed Antonio Conte still wants Morata in his team, and could sign him at Chelsea.
Juventus are also interested in Morata, which would mean paying extra money for the deal to Real Madrid, but the La Liga giants are only interested in selling him to the highest bidder.
Calciomercato say the idea of having Morata at Stamford Bridge tempts Conte, and he wants to talk to the striker. Chelsea are prepared to offer him a bumper contract of €7m a year, but have to negotiate a fee with Ream Madrid, and should beat competition from other interested clubs.
The Italian website mention the likes of Arsenal, and Manchester United, who they say could also be interested in Morata, and it'd be interesting to find out his next destination.