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25/05/2018 - 23:04 BST

Claim From Italy: Juventus In Fresh Round of Talks For Alvaro Morata


Alvaro Morata’s representatives and Juventus have met for a second round of talks as the Italian champions continue to push to land the Chelsea striker.

The striker and his agent was spotted with Juventus sporting director Fabio Paratici in a Milan hotel on Wednesday, where they met to discuss his proposed switch back to Turin.

While Juventus CEO Giuseppe Marotta has publicly denied any interest in re-signing the Spaniard, the Italian champions are pushing to land the striker.

And according to Turin-based daily Tuttosport, Morata and his representatives again met the Juventus decision makers on Thursday morning for further talks over a transfer away from Chelsea.


Juventus are aware of the interest from Atletico Madrid in Morata and are looking to make early inroads in negotiations to make sure the Spaniard moves to Italy this summer.  

The Bianconeri are said to be preparing an initial loan offer for Chelsea with an obligatory purchase option in the agreement to guarantee a high transfer fee for the Blues.

Morata is tempted at the opportunity to work with Diego Simeone at Atletico Madrid, but for the moment he is prioritising a return to Juventus this summer.

His first season in England has been a struggle and the striker is keen to return to the familiar climes of Italy, where he spent two seasons at Juventus.