Juventus have reportedly made a big decision regarding Alvaro Morata. The Turin club is already preparing its summer transfer window.
If we are to believe the rumors making the headlines in the Italian gazettes, the transfer window is already in full swing for Juventus, who are looking to strengthen their attack. However, a track seems to be moving away.
According to information from journalist Nicolo Schira, the Alvaro Morata option should be scrapped. The Spaniard, who played four seasons under the colors of the Old Lady, would no longer be part of the Turin club’s plans. His performances, with 59 goals and 36 assists in 185 games, would not be enough to convince the management of the Italian formation.
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Juventus are said to have other alternatives in mind to replace the Atlético Madrid striker. Among the avenues explored, we would find Arkadiusz Milik, currently on loan from OM, and Roberto Firmino, who will leave Liverpool. Currently, Juve composes with the trio Arek Milik, Moïse Kean and Dusan Vlahovic. However, the Turin club could face the departure of the last. The Turin leaders are said to be looking for reinforcements to replace him.
Alvaro Morata’s future is uncertain. His contract with Atlético de Madrid ends on June 30, 2024, and there is no information about a possible extension. Other clubs have reportedly shown interest in the player, including AC Milan and Manchester United. According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Rossoneri are considering signing the striker for free in 2024 and are closely monitoring his every move.
30-year-old Alvaro Morata has scored 12 goals and given 3 assists in 35 games (including 24 played as a starter) under the Colchoneros tunic this season. As a reminder, the native of Madrid was trained at Real Madrid and then defended the colors of Juve (2014-2016), Chelsea (2017-2019), Atlético Madrid (2019-2020), then again of Juve (2020-2022), before returning to the Rojiblancos.
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