Picture: Alvaro Morata In Juventus Ahead Of Signing (Deal Done)

Chelsea seem they are going to undergo a huge revolution during the summer transfer windows where several players are expected to leave, and one of the main names that are expected to leave the Stamford Bridge during rhe summer transfer windows are Alvaro Morata.

Alvaro Morata, Spains’s striker, didn’t have his best season at all after losing his starting place in the Blues Chelsea FC squad to the French striker, Oliver Giroud, after the disappointing performance since the beginning of this year, where the Spanish striker was heavily criticized for his poor performance and missing a lot of chances.

According to several sources, Alvaro Morata is expected to be leaving to the Italian Serie A and joining his former club, Juventus FC, where the Spanish striker was pictured with his agent and with Juventus sports director in Milan recently where the trio were negotiating and working on reaching an agreement for the Spaniard to go back to the Old Lady.

Alvaro Morata seems keen to go back to the Allianz Stadium, Juventus stadium, in order to get back to his top form where he wasn’t called for Spain’s squad for the world cup this summer after his poor performance with the London club, Chelsea FC.

Alvaro Morata is expected to be going on a loan for Juventus for two seasons where the Italian giant will have the option to sign Alvaro Morata for a fee expected of 45million Euros, in addition to 15million Euros fee for the two seasons loan.

Juventus are also interested in signing back their former striker due to Gonzalo  Higuain’s age, and also the possible departure of the Argentinian forward, Paulo Dybala, who may be leaving to the Premier League or La Liga next season.

Knowing that Alvaro Morata played in the season of 2014-2015 with Juventus on loan from Real Madrid where he reached the Champions League final with Juventus FC and lost the final match against the La Liga giant, Barcelona FC.


Here is a picture of Chelsea’s striker, Alvaro Morata, with his agent and Juventus Sports director, Fabio Paratici, in Milan.


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