Juventus chief executive Giuseppe Marotta has spoken about the possibility of his club re-signing Chelsea forward, Alvaro Morata (via The Standard).
It’s clear that things aren’t quite right with Alvaro Morata.
Despite some flashes of brilliance early on, the Spanish forward hasn’t really adapted to the Premier League since his move from Real Madrid last season.
Morata, of course, spent two seasons on loan at Juventus prior to his return to Madrid and there have been reports that the Serie A side could be keen on re-signing the player.
Now, Juventus chief executive, Giuseppe Marotta has spoken about the possibility of a transfer for Morata as well as one for another former Juve player, Manchester United’s Paul Pogba.
“A return for Pogba or Morata? I don’t believe in returning horses, but there are exceptions,” he told the Italian publication, Mediaset Premium.
“hey can be two exceptions, they are two good guys who have left good memories here. But the stories they have concocted in Madrid and Manchester are false.
“Did we spend €90 million on Higuain? When Pogba left, it was an extraordinary expense. But we have a lot of imagination, besides the names of Pogba and Morata.”
So, it seems that Juventus are not keen on bringing either player back to Italy. Much like Alvaro Morata, Paul Pogba hasn’t exactly fulfilled his potential in the Premier League but it seems that a move to Italy is not on the cards.