Juventus are now ready to make a renewed attempt to sign Alvaro Morata permanently from Atletico Madrid.
Giovanni Albanese has reported that Juve will use the fact that Morata’s Atleti deal expires in 2023 as a way to lower the fee demands of the Spanish club. The existing agreement suggests that Juve would have to pay €35 million to sign him permanently.
As per the conditions agreed in the summer of 2020, the bianconeri renewed the temporary agreement for the second season, paying another €10 million. Next summer the deadline of the final redemption is set at €35 million or he will return to the parent club.
Massimiliano Allegri is said to be a fan of Morata’s versatility and flexibility as a player but Cristiano Ronaldo’s sale changed his role, which brought about a fall in his performances.
Juve are now ready to offer €15 million plus bonuses of €3 million. It could be deemed to be a low amount by Atleti but Juve feel that because of his contract situation at the Spanish club, it would be enough. Juve hope to find an agreement at around €20 million.