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15 July 2017, 08:43 | Jodi Jackson
Jose Mourinho has confirmed that Manchester United were interested in signing Alvaro Morata this summer but that the Red Devils could not agree a fee with Real Madrid. The Premier League champions have overcome a late Manchester United charge for the AS Monaco midfielder to secure the services of the player this summer.
Last week Chelsea were left reeling from the news that Romelu Lukaku had signed for United rather than return to Stamford Bridge, and the Mail says this latest humiliation has "stunned" Chelsea.
Chelsea's technical director Michael Emenalo also commented on the purchase: 'Tiemoue was outstanding as Monaco emerged as one of Europe's best sides last season and we are delighted to welcome him to Chelsea.
This 22-year-old capped 63 appearances for Monaco and scored three goals, while he also debuted for the French global team in the friendly game against Spain.
However, as the weeks have passed the talk of a move from Chelsea looked to have quietened down but now it seems that a move could be back on.
Antonio Conte targeted Bakayoko as their first choice option to strengthen their midfield and they are now expected to allow Nemanja Matic to leave to make room for the France worldwide.
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But India ultimately emerged as the victor thanks to half-centuries by MS Dhoni and Gautam Gambhir . His most memorable achievement was leading a team of relative unknowns to World Cup glory in 1996.