The aim was to leave' - Morata satisfied with pending Chelsea move*
Spain forward Alvaro Morata said he was "exceptionally cheerful" after Real Madrid consented to pitch him to Premier League champions Chelsea.
The 24-year-old has been vigorously connected with a move in the off-season and is set to touch base at Stamford Bridge for a charge answered to be in the area of £70 million.
Morata, who should at present consent to individual terms and finish a medicinal, was charmed to be allowed to join Antonio Conte's side.
"I am exceptionally glad," he told Marca. "God willing, tomorrow I will be at Chelsea, a club that has constantly appreciated me."
Morata made only 14 begins for Madrid in LaLiga last season, completing the title-winning effort with 15 objectives.
The previous Juventus forward, who was likewise an objective for Manchester United, said his nearby season had been "peculiar".
"Plainly the objective was to abandon, it's been a genuinely abnormal summer and until the point that I pass the restorative examination. I'm not going to be patient... The spainaird said