Italian giants Juventus have reached an agreement with Atlético Madrid to sign striker Alvaro Morata.
Àlvaro Morata is set to rejoin Juventus for a second spell with the Turin side. The 27-year-Old Spanish striker who came through Real Madrid’s academy initially joined Juve in 2014 for a fee of €20m. He spent two years with Juventus between 2014-2016 winning the Italian Serie A tittle and Copa Italia for two seasons in a row.
He left Juventus to move back to Real Madrid in 2016 for a fee of €30m having made a total of 63 appearances for Juve. After just one season back at Real Madrid, Morata joined Chelsea On 19 July 2017, for a reported then club-record fee of around £60 million.
Morata made a total of 47 appearances for Chelsea scoring 16 goals in the process. After struggling to adapt to English football he moved back to Spain to join Atletico Madrid last season on loan with an obligation to buy at the end of the loan. He made 34 Laliga appearances for Atletico last season and scored a total of 12 goals in the league before the move was made permanent this summer for a fee of around €48m.
However the Spanish born striker is set to be on the move again this summer after Juventus and Atletico reached an agreement of €9m loan fee and option to buy for a fee of around €45m at the end of the one year loan.
According to reports from @RomanoDimarzio personal terms has been agreed already between the player’s representative and Juventus as he is keen on a move back to Turin. The same source also reports that Morata will have his medical in Turin today.