Chelsea ace Hazard: Morata a little hurt, but he's happy in London

Lawrence Cooper
February 15, 2018

The Blues have been struggling in the league and sit fourth after back-to-back losses against Bournemouth and Watford.

Morata, who has not scored since Boxing Day previous year, is now struggling with a back problem and Antonio Conte has said that he is unsure when the striker will return to action.

These are not the best of times for Álvaro Morata, in fact it's arguably the most testing moment he's been through since joining Chelsea last summer.

Somewhat concerning. Morata wasn't doing too badly for Chelsea prior to his injury, scoring 10 goals in 20 Premier League appearances and making four assists.

'Players like Morata - that for us are important - are missing for a long period.

Chelsea forward Alvaro Morata has warned his team-mates Lionel Messi will be unstoppable in their Champions League tie against Barcelona.

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Chelsea's medical team have performed a number of tests on the 25-year-old, but have not got to the bottom of the problem - leaving under-fire manager Antonio Conte unsure on when he will next be able to call upon the former Real Madrid man.

He is very happy in London.

'We struggle to find the solution and to solve the pain in his back.

'You ask me how long he is out, maybe he needs one day, one month, or is out for the season, I don't know. For this season, I am a bit anxious. But Madrid is always Madrid'.

The comment will have set alarm bells ringing in the minds of Chelsea supporters everywhere as they fear if indeed the newly signed player was not going to feature in any more matches as said by anxious Antonio Conte, but you can only imagine their surprise and disappointment when his wife posted this video to her Instagram account on Sunday night.

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