Álvaro Morata’s future is in the air. The forward is expected to leave Juventus but his next club is still a big question mark. Several Premier League clubs are interested on signing the Spanish striker but Real Madrid have to decide whether to keep him or sell him.
Real Madrid can re-buy the player for 30M€ from the 1st of July until the 15th of July after selling him to Juventus two years ago with this clause in his contract. In this way, Los Blancos could have back one of the best players in the continent for not a lot of money. Besides, Morata said last week he’d like to come back to Bernabéu.
Having this in mind, Chelsea’s coach, Antonio Conte, wants to have Morata at Stamford Bridge before the Euro starts for Spain, next Monday 13th of June. According to The Guardian, The Italian manager told ‘The Blues’ to sign the forward even before Real Madrid could use the re-buy clause.
This would be a problem for Chelsea. If Juventus sell Morata before the 16th of July, they have to give 80M€ to Real Madrid. Therefore, Chelsea would have to pay a huge transfer fee for Morata and this is not really expected.
Everything is in Zidane’s hands. If Real Madrid decide Morata should stay and fight for a position in the lineup, the Madrid born striker will stay at Los Blancos. Otherwise, Morata will leave Juventus to arrive to an English club.