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Morata will leave Juventus and return to Real Madrid, could be sold shortly after

Real want to cash in some money

Juventus FC v UC Sampdoria - Serie A Photo by Valerio Pennicino/Getty Images

Real Madrid will not waste the opportunity and are ready to buy Álvaro Morata back from Juventus, exercising the €30 million clause on Morata's contract with Juventus.

However, the Spanish attacker might not stay in Madrid very long, as Los Blancos would sell him right after to other clubs interested in his talents like Arsenal, who appear ready to spend around €60 million on the striker.

Morata would be a fine option to have on Madrid's roster, but he would probably not be willing to accept a bench role behind undisputed starter Karim Benzema, so the best Los Blancos can do is sell the player and cash in some money.

Morata has not had a fantastic season with Juventus but is still considered an elite prospect in European football, that being the main reason why some clubs would reportedly be ready to spend that much money on his signing. Either way, Morata might not play in Juventus next season.

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