Alvaro Morata has spoken on his likely move to Italian giants Juventus.
The Spanish U21 international spoke exclusively to Marca on the much-anticipated transfer to the old lady.
“I strongly want to go to Turin, some told me that it’s a very nice city and I look forward to getting to know it.” he said
When asked about fellow countryman Fernando Llorente the Los Blancos striker replied…
“I still haven’t had the chance of talking with him, even though it’s always positive to know somebody when you arrive in a new locker room.”
Alvaro Morata is set to join the old lady this week for a fee of €22m, with a buy-back clause of €31.5m.
The former Atlético academy player has struggled for a starting spot under Carlo Ancelotti, acting mainly as back up for French international Karim Benzema. Alvaro Morata made 23 appearances for Real Madrid last season, scoring 8 goals.