- Juventus GM Beppe Marotta hasn’t dismissed the potential return of Alvaro Morata
- Marotta did go onto say that due to the Spaniard’s market value, a transfer isn’t feasible
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Alvaro Morata has been the subject of a potential return back to former club Juventus and Juventus general manager Beppe Marotta has revealed more about the rumour, as mediaset reports.
Morata, who has struggled in his first season at Chelsea, has had his future already under threat with Rai Sport (via calciomercato.com) reporting earlier in April that the Spaniard had spoken to Juventus in what would be a second spell for the Spaniard in Turin.
When speaking to mediaset, Marotta was on the fence on Juve’s prospects of signing Alvaro Morata as well as Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba.
“If Pogba or Morata could return? I don’t believe in riding a horse more than once, but there are exceptions.
“They are two great professionals who left a great memory but the value they have now reached is not feasible for us.”
With tension surrounding Chelsea and no clear plan as to where the club are heading next season, it would be a shame to cut ties with Morata so soon after breaking our transfer record in signing him for £60m from Real Madrid.
Whether Antonio Conte is or isn’t at Chelsea next season, Morata can easily get round what’s been a frustrating start to life at SW6.