Real Madrid's Alvaro Morata scores their third goal. REUTERS/Pepe Marin
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Spanish striker Alvaro Morata is now the focus of frustrated Chelsea manager Antonio Conte's attentions after Romelu Lukaku slipped through his fingers and signed for Manchester United, according to media reports.Chelsea have tabled a 62 million pound ($80 million) bid for the 24-year-old Morata but Real Madrid are holding out for around 80 million pounds, the reports say. Morata is keen to play for the manager and told the Guardian Conte had given him self-belief.Morata would replace fellow Spanish international Diego Costa, whom Conte told at the end of last season he no longer figured in his plans despite his 20 Premier League goals spurring on Chelsea to the title.
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