Makelele: Morata will Succeed at Chelsea

Makelele: Morata will Succeed at Chelsea

Swansea City coach Assistant Claude Makelele says Alvaro Morata has everything to succeed at Chelsea and the Premier League.

Since being brought in from Real Madrid in the summer transfer market with fantastic prices a number of circles to comment diverse. But touted the 24-year-old can not match Diego Costa and will find it hard to adapt. Evidently when the Blues undergo a pre-season that took place in Singapore the player is doubtful to help his team defend the title that can be in the season yesterday.

But surprisingly after getting sharp criticism Morata immediately opened his tap goal in a 3-2 defeat over Burnley in the domestic League opener that took place at Stamford Bridge at the time. Even the striker who ever felt the sweetness of the Champions League trophy was able to show his class as a dangerous striker with a hat trick 4-0 victory over Stoke City.

Although now the player naturally hamstring injury while strengthening his team in a 1-0 defeat over Manchester City and predicted to pull over long enough, but the Blues legend believes the Spanish national team retainer will still be successful play in the Premier League under the direction of Antonio Conte.

“He’s a good player, a strong player, a competitor and an International,” Claude Makelele told the media.

“This is the top level. He was once in the best team in the world like Real Madrid, he scored there.

“He went to Juventus, he scored there, of course he will score goals at Chelsea.”

Meanwhile, Makelele is very confident that Morata will be happy with the atmosphere of West London and also Stamford Bridge despite his name often in comparison with Costa quality and with the presence of Eden Hazard then 44-year-old legend optimistic Alvaro will print many goals.

“It’s tough in the Premier League, very tough,” Makelele continued.

“He also understands where he will play, you want to give him more balls Hazard has returned.

“I think he will be happy at Chelsea of ​​course.”

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