Real Madrid re-sign Alvaro Morata from Juventus

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Real Madrid re-sign Alvaro Morata: The Los Blancos have finally activated the forward’s buy-back clause to re-sign the player from Juventus who will join Zinedine Zidane & co for the pre-season training.  Alvaro Morata has been impressive for Juventus in his two years with the club, but there were a lot of discussions before the decision was made. Morata himself stated that he can not stay in a club where he won’t get regular playing time and Juventus tried their level best until the last minute to keep hold of the Spaniard. But Real Madrid did not want to take any chances this time who acted quickly to get their man back to the Santiago Bernabeu as soon as the La Fabrica talent made a strong performance for Spain National Team in the ongoing Euro 2016.

“Real Madrid C. F. have informed Juventus FC of their decision to salvage the federative rights on the player Álvaro Morata, who will join up with the first team for pre-season training under the command of Zinedine Zidane,” the Official statement from Real Madrid’s official site read.

REAL MADRID RE-SIGN ALVARO MORATA FROM JUVENTUS

“They let us know that they will buy him back, we will wait for the documents and then we will see what happens after that,” said Giuseppe Marotta, Juventus’ CEO.

So, Alvaro Morata will once again wear the Royal Whites of Real Madrid, but his future with his parent club is still uncertain with several reports linking him with almost all the top English Premier League clubs including the likes of Chelsea, Arsenal, and Manchester United. It is also being reported that Real Madrid may sell the player for a huge profit and it is said that the buy-back clause was activated only for the ‘profit’ that Morata’s transfer to an EPL club will make.

The future is not decided yet for Morata, but for now, Real Madrid fans can jump in joy because they are receiving one of the best products of LA FABRICA in the recent years back to the famous Santiago Bernabeu. A fan-pleasing decision from Real Madrid board, but it looks more like it will not last for long. Fingers Crossed !!!

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