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Alvaro Morata

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Real Madrid are monitoring Álvaro Morata’s explosion at Juventus closely. The striker was transferred to the Old Lady last summer for 22m euros, but Madrid included a buyback clause. Under the terms of that agreement, they can re-sign him for 30m euros this summer or for 35m euros at the end of next season. They also reserved a right of refusal, against offers from other clubs, during the first two years of his stay in Turin. Additionally, the European champions and the footballer reached an agreement for five seasons, in the instance that he returns, that states that they would improve upon the contractual terms he has at Juve (he signed a four-year deal with an option for a further year and he earns 2.2m euros a year net, with bonuses). Madrid have already approached the player’s camp to congratulate him on his recent performances.
 
The Spanish forward has gained recognition in Italy. “The best”, testified La Gazzetta after last weekend’s clash between Juve and Milan, in which the Spaniard scored and provided an assist. Massimiliano Allegri, the Juve coach, has looked after him carefully, carrying out a plan with the player himself. At first he struggled to break up the partnership of Carlos Tévez and Fernando Llorente, but Morata has rightfully earned the chance to accompany the Argentinian.
 
The 22-year-old has scored seven goals in 1,002 minutes (one goal every 143 minutes). His compatriot Llorente, in comparison, has scored five in 1,746 minutes (one goal every 349 minutes). Tuttosport dubbed his role “Morata Matador” after he scored the only goal of the game to eliminate Parma from the Coppa.
 
Morata, who came through the ranks at Real Madrid, is “very happy” in Italy and Juventus value his enormous potential. “He could be a world star in the future,” Allegri has never tired of repeating. Juve already foresaw his possible progression from the moment they started negotiations with Madrid – at first they refused to include a buyback option. However, Madrid’s uncompromising stance – they refused to let the forward go without including that clause – prompted Juve to give in. They were willing to fork out 24m euros if the buyback clause was applicable only in the summer of 2016 and not this summer.
 
Real Madrid’s renewed interest in the Spain international (he made his debut against Belarus) has caused concern in Turin. Tévez has announced that he will leave in 2016 and in Morata, Juve see a centre-forward for the short term and the medium term. But Madrid continue to follow him.

 

 

 

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Tevez is their main CF with Llorente(so dusty) as his partner and that Morata is back up(I hope he stays@Juve because he isn't good enough for Real)

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I thought you watched most leagues bro?

He's just another black man you can push off the bus you know, you can't push him off the forums.

:lmao: thizz is peoples hes kool

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God bless you Madrid for letting him go.

 

Was slyly pissed Arsenal didn't bag but Turin was a boss move for him. Not a lot of stepping up to do in terms of clubs IMO.

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