Alvaro Morata is still an Atletico Madrid player, and given the present state of affairs, it is probable that he will continue to be so: Juventus lacks the financial means to trigger the redemption right from the Colchoneros, and his request for a reduction is certain to fail. 35 million, as agreed upon from the outset, or nothing gets done. At most, you may reason on a somewhat lower sum, but there are no balances, nothing that can change the deal’s balance.
Juve has also attempted in the past several hours, but it has already cost 10 million each year for two years and there have been no significant advances. As a result, the attacker’s debt appears to be doomed to fail without more complications. The Spaniards are waiting, eager to let Alvaro leave but not lowering their expectations considerably.
Juve is the deciding factor. And just from Juventus, we add: there are currently no other offers on the table. Arsenal’s interest, which is able to match the player’s financial needs, is not something the player is overjoyed about, considering the player’s tumultuous history in London with Chelsea. Cerezo, the same red and white president, confirmed: “Isn’t it Morata? I’m not sure if he’ll stay with us; it’s up to Juventus.” Who hopes to be able to negotiate a new arrangement with a lower interest rate once the loan has expired, but the negotiations continue challenging.