Juventus to Reopen Talks With Morata
Juventus to Reopen Talks With Morata, who just returned to Atletico Madrid following a two-year loan at the Allianz Stadium, has piqued Juventus’ interest once again.
The Juventus to Reopen Talks With Morata against his permanent move because they did not want to shell out the €35 million that Atletico demanded. The Italian powerhouses, though, are once again interested in the Spanish striker and hope to be successful this time.
Morata’s representatives are reportedly in Milan, according to Italian journalist Alfredo Pedulla, in preparation for a prospective meeting with the Bianconeri.
Diego Simeone’s plans do not appear to include Juventus to Reopen Talks With Morata, since players like Joao Felix, Antoine Griezmann, and Matheus Cunha are ahead of him in the team’s hierarchy.
With Morata’s contract set to expire in 2024, The Old Lady are hopeful that they can work out a lesser transfer price with Los Rojiblancos as the transfer window progresses.
Morata returned to Juve for a second term in 2020 after previously serving there between 2014 and 2016. His stellar statistics—32 goals and 19 assists over the previous two seasons—have been obscured by Juve’s slide, though.
Max Allegri, who mostly relied on Morata during the previous season, comes out to be a major admirer of the player. The Old Lady are looking for offensive reinforcements after parting ways with Federico Bernardeschi and Paulo Dybala.
Due to the fact that Dusan Vlahovic is already one of Europe’s top attackers, the impending arrival of Angel Di Maria on a free transfer will be a significant boost for the Turin giants.
There is still work to be done, though, as the Old Lady must make it a priority to recruit another forward given that Federico Chiesa has not yet returned to full health and Moise Kean’s future is uncertain.