Transfer rumors – Real Madrid could sign Alvaro Morata from Juventus
Real Madrid could sign Alvaro Morata by activating purchase back condition. Real’s transfer boycott does not produce results until the mid-year, which means the Spanish monsters are still ready to sign new players until the end of the present transfer window. Marking first class stars in January is a famously troublesome undertaking, yet there is one striker Real Madrid could arrive with no inconvenience – gave the player consents to the move – this month. By daily paper, Real Madrid could sign Juventus forward Alvaro Morata on the off chance that they initiate the player’s €35 million purchase back provision.
Real Madrid could sign Alvaro Morata from Juventus
Alvaro Morata, who left Real Madrid for Juventus for €20 million back in the mid-year of 2014, scored 15 goals in 46 appearances for the Old Lady last season – incorporating one in the Champions League last against Barcelona – and won both the Serie A and Coppa Italia titles. Things haven’t been going so well for the Spain universal this season, on the other hand. In 17 alliance appearances, Morata has found the back of the net once. In 24 appearances in all rivalries, Morata has scored a frustrating three goals.
By and by, if Zinedine Zidane wants to reinforce his attacking choices, realizing that he won’t have the capacity to acquire another striker until the late spring of 2017, then Morata would absolutely be a conventional alternative. Morata is a Madridista – conceived in the city and instructed at Real Madrid’s childhood foundation before making his first-team debut in December 2010. Notwithstanding, there’s a chance that Zidane will rather pick to give any semblance of Jese and the capable 18-year-old Borja Mayoral, who made his first-team make a big appearance prior this season, more open doors throughout the following year and a half.
Should Real Madrid sprinkle the money on taking Alvaro Morata back to the Bernabeu this month?