Juventus rules out the signing of Morata

The Turin Juventus has decided to rule out the signing of alvaro morata for the next season. The people from Turin had in mind to play off the Spanish striker, but according to information from Nicolo Schira, the Vecchia Signora has decided to put aside the Morata issue. The aforementioned source points out that Álvaro Morata is no longer part of Juventus Turin’s plans for the next season. Several alternatives are being put on the table, such as the purchase of Arkadiusz Milik, who is currently on loan from Olympique de Marseille, or Roberto Firmino.

Álvaro Morata went through the Juventina ranks in up to four seasons. In Turin, good old Álvaro spent one of his best years as a footballer. In 185 games with the Vecchia Signora shirt, the forward scored 59 goals and provided 36 assists. Some figures that make him think about whether to return to Juve. However, those who are not in favor of his return are the Juventinos themselves. They currently have Milik, Kean and Vlahovic at the attack point. Both lead the team’s goalscoring baton, but Juventus wants more.

Morata’s future uncertain

Álvaro Morata’s contract with Atlético de Madrid ends on June 30, 2024, and from the Metropolitan there is absolute silence about a possible renewal. Other teams that have had an interest in him, currently the captain of the Spanish Soccer Team, are AC Milan and Manchester United. Those who most intend to take over his services are the Italians. According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Rossoneri are considering signing him at zero cost by 2024 and will be attentive to all movements.

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