Spanish giants Real Madrid are looking to re-sign former star Alvaro Morata from Juventus in the summer, according to agent Ernesto Bronzetti.
The young striker joined reigning Italian reigning champions Juve in 2014 for a fee of 22million Euros, but a buy-back clause was inserted into the deal.
Now according to Bronzetti, Real wish to activate that clause in the summer.
Whether the striker will be keen on the move back to Spain remains to be seen though.
Bronzetti told Tuttosport: “Madrid’s intention is to bring him back, but whether they do it or not will depend on the will of the player. The outcome will arrive in the months to come.
“[Madrid] are starting to change their transfer policy. They are now looking to sign young players and Morata’s profile is interesting.”
Spanish publication AS claims that Real will have to pay 35million euros to re-sign their former youngster. Morata left the Spanish capital in search of first team football, with his way to the first team blocked by the Cristiano Ronaldo, Karim Benzema and Gareth Bale.
Not much has changed at Real since, with the BBC still crucial players for Rafa Benitez’s team. Morata would be taking a big chance with his development by returning to the Bernabeu, as he could end up on the real bench behind the clubs famous three strike-force.
Will Alvaro Morata return to Real Madrid in the summer?