Chelsea striker, Alvaro Morata, has revealed he had an offer to join Manchester United, before he eventually signed for the Blues.
But the 24-year-old said the presence of Antonio Conte at Stamford Bridge, made his decision to move to London over Manchester an easy one.
“I had various offers this summer, not only Chelsea and Manchester United but also from different leagues,” he told the Daily Mail.
“It was a good situation for me.
“The most important and best conversation I had was with Conte, he wanted me to come here.
“At the start of the summer, I didn’t know that Chelsea were interested in me. I thought they were in for a different player, maybe Lukaku or maybe someone else, I don’t know. I didn’t think the option of Chelsea was open.
“But I spoke with Conte several times – and not only this summer. I felt in debt to him. He signed me for Juventus but left very quickly to manage Italy.
“I always wanted to play for him after that. It was only two months with him but it felt like I’d known him forever. When I knew he wanted me this summer, I didn’t think twice. I did everything I could to make the move happen.”