The first stage of Alvaro Morata’s future destination have been put to rest by Juventus Sporting Director, Beppe Marotta, revealing that a formal communication has been received by Juventus earlier today from reign champions league winner Real Madrid, stating that the buyback clause would be activated by the end of the month.
Report says the buyback clause fixed at 30 million Euros, was included in the contract by Real Madrid when they sold Alvaro Morata to Juventus; a frequent clause regularly stated by Real Madrid to excel in the transfer market.
The buyback is expected to put an end to the first stage of the speculation but it has added fuel to the next one which is the next destination of the player. Reports from various media outlets indicate that, Real Madrid have exercised the buyback of Morata from Juventus, to sell him for a bigger fee to the suitors.
According to Goal.com, Premier League clubs like Arsenal and Chelsea have shown interest in the player that is well admired by Arsene Wenger. Spanish outlet Marca have added Manchester United to the frame. It is yet to be known how Real Madrid will approach this and what Morata feels about moving to the Premier league.