Spain International Alvaro Morata’s future has been a tremendous idea this summer, with numerous reports asserting that the Spanish giants, Real Madrid could re-sign him from Juventus, by means of a buy-back clause incorporated into his contract before offering him on for a sizeable profit.
The initial segment of that has been demonstrated valid, with him coming back to Real Madrid for a reported fee of £23 Million, however his future still stays open to question.
Stories have turned out to claim that he would be unwilling to have bit-influence part in the Spanish capital, which could see the club compelled to settle on Karim Benzema.
Arsenal have recently signed Takuma Asano, yet the 21 year-old is not ‘supposed’ to be the top striker that the club requires, and the striker chase is accepted to have proceeded.
Alexandre Lacazette has additionally had his turn to Arsenal precluded today, with his club Lyon guaranteeing he is not available for sale, the North-London side have currently switched their attention back to Morata.
The 23 year-old has shown himself to be a defining moment player, setting a club record for Juventus, by scoring in five successive Champions League matches, including both semi-finals against Real Madrid in 2015, and the losing last against Barcelona that year.
We are presently asserted to hope to entice him to do the change to London, by offering him over two-fold his present compensation, with £144,000 every week, which is liable to beat other adversary clubs seeking his signature.
Will this be sufficient to lure the striker to the Emirates? On the other hand, will Real Madrid offer him for a lesser fee that Arsene Wenger can certify. I know anything above £35m might be hard to pay for the Arsenal boss.