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Juventus will offer €25 million for Morata's permanent signing

The Italian side want to sign Morata for good.

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Juventus will offer €25 million to Real Madrid so that Los Blancos don't execute the €35 million release clause on Morata's contract, according to TuttoMercatoWeb. The Italians know that the Spanish attacker could then move to the Premier League right after.

Morata hasn't had a brilliant season with Juve but he's still a young and promising attacker that gets plenty of interest from Europe's best clubs. However, Real Madrid are not that keen on his talents given that Karim Benzema is the undisputed starter upfront, meaning that Morata would be a reserve in the Spanish capital.

The Spanish attacker has explained quite often that he wants to play relevant minutes and that he's not sure about doing precisely that in Madrid.

With Madrid and Juventus set to begin their talks about Paul Pogba, a deal for Álvaro Morata could still happen so that the attacker stays in Turin and the Pogba deal gets significantly cheaper.

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