Morata splashes out Christmas present worth over £55k on his wife Campello

Morata splashes out Christmas present worth over £55k on his wife Campello

- Generous Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata celebrated his wife, Alice Campello, who gave birth to twin boys this year

- The beauty was showered with luxury presents that includes Rolex and iPad by her footballer hubby Morata

- Morata spent his first Christmas as a father with Campello alongside Alessandro and Leonardo

Chelsea forward Alvaro Morata has splashed out gifts worth about £55k on his wife Alice Campello as his twin sons celebrated their first Christmas in style.

Morata’s wife took to the social media to reveal the stunning gifts that include a Rolex, iPad, bag and coat.

A breakdown of the price of gifts on Campello’s Instagram account show that the 18-carat case watch is valued at about £51,300.

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And her veal skin Chanel bag which is now a must for wealthy class will cost Morata about £3,700.

Revealing the other side of the celebrations, the Chelsea striker took out time to celebrate the arrival of little Alessandro and Leonardo, with a special message.

"First Christmas with the dwarves! The greatest happiness that exists! You are my life!"

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Morata and his Blues teammates battle Crystal Palace on December 30 before playing host to Southampton at Stamford Bridge on January 2.

Chelsea also have a cup double against Nottingham Forest battling Tottenham in the first-leg of their Carabao Cup semi-final clash.

The Spaniard has been struggling for form after netting just once for Chelsea in the 4-0 win over PAOK Salonika in the Europa League tie on November 4.

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Meanwhile, previously had reported that Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata is seeking a way out of the club in January as the Spaniard has been left frustrated at Stamford Bridge.

The Spain international has told his entourage he would return to Italy in search for other opportunities.

The former Real Madrid star is set to jump at an offer to join San Siro outfit AC Milan in the January transfer window.


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