Chelsea Prolific forward Alvaro Morata is setting his sight on a new challenge in his career with the opportunity to wind up as the first footballer to win the Premier League, La Liga and the Serie A, something that has just been overseen by Jose Mourinho.
The Spanish forward speaking ‘Marca‘ not long ago, made his aims in England clear. “I won in Italy, I won at Real Madrid and I felt important. Presently I have a new challenge ahead of me to be a champion in Spain, Italy, and England.
None or not many Spaniards have accomplished that and it is my focus to win the Premier League and be the Spaniard that has won in three unique Leagues,” he said.
Actually, no players have ever finished such a bewildering feat and the Madrid-born striker now has the opportunity to seek after his challenge having joined Chelsea from Real Madrid in the summer transfer window.
The only person who managed to lift every one of the three coveted titles is Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho. The Portuguese boss won the Seria A title with Inter Milan, Premier League with Chelsea and Real Madrid.
Different players have managed to win three League titles, for example, Beckham (Premier League, La Liga and Ligue 1), Ibrahimovic (Serie A, La Liga and Ligue 1) and Robben (Premier League, La Liga and Bundesliga), but never all three domestic championships titles in England, Spain and Italy. Alvaro Morata has the opportunity to do as such and go down in the record books.