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Morata will leave Juventus and return to Real Madrid next summer

If Real Madrid's ban is lifted, according to Marca.

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Real Madrid have decided to rebuy Álvaro Morata from Juventus, according to Marca. The Spanish striker has a clause on his contract with Juventus which indicates that Real could bring him back for €32 million, and Los Blancos will do that if their appeal to FIFA is accepted in the upcoming months.

However, if Marca's report is accurate, Real Madrid could recover Morata only to sell him again this next summer for a bigger transfer fee. Apparently, Madrid believe there are teams willing to spend up to €50 million for the Spanish striker, so it could be a good move to buy him and then make a decisión about his future.

Álvaro Morata started the season in bad form but he's been performing better now. He's still 23 years old so he could develop into a good striker for Real Madrid. Would he be willing to stay knowing how well Benzema is playing this season?

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