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Alvaro Morata's impact at Chelsea this season surprises Gianfranco Zola

Former Chelsea stars Gianfranco Zola and Roberto Di Matteo talk the Blues' start so far, Michael Emenalo and Alvaro Morata.
Stevie Nicol breaks down Hazard's comments about possibly playing under Zidane and reuniting with Mourinho in the future.

Chelsea legend Gianfranco Zola has told ESPN FC that he has been surprised by the consistency and physical qualities that Alvaro Morata has shown for the Blues this season, adding that he considers the 25-year-old to be one of the world's most skilful strikers.

Morata has made an impressive start to life at Stamford Bridge since joining from Real Madrid for a club-record initial fee of £58 million last summer, contributing seven goals and three assists in 10 Premier League appearances.

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Alvaro Morata: I'd only return to Madrid after winning everything with Chelsea

Former Chelsea stars Gianfranco Zola and Roberto Di Matteo talk the Blues' start so far, Michael Emenalo and Alvaro Morata.
Alvaro Morata has insisted he is enjoying life at Chelsea and would sign a 10-year contract if the club were offer him one.
Stevie Nicol breaks down Hazard's comments about possibly playing under Zidane and reuniting with Mourinho in the future.

Alvaro Morata says he would only consider returning to Real Madrid for the third time in his career once he has won "all there is to win" with Chelsea.

The Spain international has scored seven goals and set up three more in 10 Premier League appearances, nine as a starter, since his €65 million summer arrival from Madrid.

"Of course I would return to Real Madrid once I win all there is to win with Chelsea and after a long and successful career at Chelsea," Morata told Cadena Ser. "It's difficult...

Alvaro Morata enjoys a beer on walk home after Stamford Bridge games

Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata lives five minutes away from Stamford Bridge
Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata lives five minutes away from Stamford Bridge.

Chelsea forward Alvaro Morata has revealed that he often walks home after his team's games at Stamford Bridge in London -- sometimes with a beer in his hand.

The Spain international signed a lucrative five-year contract with Chelsea this summer worth a reported £160,000-a-week following his transfer from Real Madrid but says he still appreciates the little things in life.

Morata lives with his wife in the Chelsea and Kensington Borough and told Cadena Ser radio: "I live five minutes away from...

Alvaro Morata: I've been playing through the pain for Chelsea

Gab Marcotti explains Michael Emenalo's resignation as Chelsea technical director and Antonio Conte's role in him leaving.

Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata says he is delighted to be seen as so important at the club that they pick him even when he is not 100 percent fit, unlike at former side Real Madrid.

Following his €65 million summer arrival from Madrid, Morata, 25, scored six goals in his first six Premier League games, and although fitness issues have hampered his contribution since, he has continued to feature and scored the winner in last weekend's 1-0 victory over Manchester United.

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Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata pays visit to old school in Madrid

Alvaro Morata took time from his busy schedule to visit his old school in Madrid and train one of the school youth teams before joining Spain's squad this week.

His old school "El Prado" was thrilled to have the Spain international on hand. The Madrid-born Morata studied at El Prado school since he was three and it was there where he started to show his goalscoring ability.

Colegio El Prado tweeted: "We couldn't have asked for a better coach than Alvaro Morata. This afternoon we shared the pitch...

 By Mark Worrall

Kante's return and Morata's goal help Chelsea find swagger vs. Man United

Alvaro Morata's excellent second-half header was just enough for Chelsea to clinch a deserved 1-0 win over Man United.
Stewart Robson breaks down Chelsea's 1-0 victory over Manchester United and explains where the game was won.
Stewart Robson breaks down Chelsea's 1-0 victory over Manchester United and explains where the game was won.
Antonio Conte says the attitude of his Chelsea players impressed him in their win over Manchester United.

Chelsea eased the pressure on manager Antonio Conte with an impressive 1-0 win over Manchester United. A wonderful headed goal from Alvaro Morata 10 minutes into the second half separated the sides, though United had keeper David De Gea to thank for restricting the margin of victory. The visitors had their chances but Chelsea, looking assured and confident with defensive midfield dynamo N'Golo Kante back in their ranks, stood firm and were deserved winners.

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Following the shambolic midweek...