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Friday, 17 June 2016

Striker target Morata to sort future by 15 July

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Alvaro Morata impressed once again in Turin for Juventus this season scoring the winning goal in the Coppa Italia last month.

A host of clubs around Europe are interested in him, Tottenham being just one of them. There are many stories suggesting Real Madrid will activate their buy-back clause and then sell him on. Arsenal were hoping that would be to them, but some reports suggest Morata wouldn't consider them, only Chelsea or Manchester City. The belief being, presumably, that Arsenal don't get near winning the Champions League or the Premier League. That would obviously rule us out as well.

He has openly stated he wants to remain at Juventus and Juventus have stated they want to keep him. Real Madrid have a buy-back option that runs out on 15 July so they either have to buy him back by then or he remains a Juventus player and Juventus have already offered him a new and improved deal.

If he does have to leave against his will then he wants a salary of £5.91-million-a-year (EUR7.5m - AUS$11.41m - US$8.43m). That is £118,634-a-week (EUR144,231 - AUS$219,626 - US$162,116). His agent is reported to have given these wage demands to interested parties last week, while talks between Real Madrid and Juventus are planned imminently, according to Marca.

The Spanish paper also confirm that Domenico Berardi will join Juventus, but may have to wait until 2017 for that to happen, one thing is for sure, he won't be joining Tottenham, however much some websites like to pretend he might. Italian reports about his future are quite clear and he will follow the path of Simone Zaza, another striker we were linked with last summer, but who already had an agreement to join Juventus.



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