- Alvaro Morata and his family have traveled to Spain ahead of his move to Atletico Madrid
- The Spaniard is expected to be unveiled by the Spanish giants this week
- Morata and his wife Alice were in good mood when they were on board for their trip to Spain
Alvaro Morata has traveled to Spain together with his wife and twins ahead of his loan move to Spanish giants Atletico Madrid from Chelsea.
Morata fell out of favor this season at Chelsea under new manager Maurizio Sarri, and the signing of Argentine Gonzalo Huguain means the Spaniard had to leave Stamford Bridge.
The former Real Madrid star who failed to score a Premier League goal for Chelsea since November 4 will now continue his football career with Atletico Madrid.
And according to the latest report by Sun UK, the 26-year-old has already undergone fitness test ahead of him signing a professional deal with the Spanish club.
Morata's imminent move to Atletico Madrid was however confirmed by his wife Alice who posted nice photo of them traveling to Spain.
Smiling together with their twin sons on board a private jet, the couple were seen in good mood while traveling.
Meanwhile, Alvaro Morata is expected to sign for Diego Simeone's side on an 18-month loan in which the club will try to turn his spell into a permanent move.
Atletico Madrid are currently occupying second position on the Spanish La Liga standings with 44 points after 21 games played this season.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Maurizio Sarri who is the gaffer of Chelsea made it clear that Spanish striker Alvaro Morata had concluded his mind to leave the Premier League club since December 2018.
Alvaro Morata who joined Chelsea from Real Madrid is now on the verge of making a move to Spanish club Atletico Madrid where he will play on loan until the end of the season.
It has now been revealed that the 26-year-old striker has been planning to leave Stamford Bridge since last month.
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