When Real Madrid sold Alvaro Morata to Juventus, they knew they were letting go of one of the best young attacking talent in the world. When the details of Morata’s contract became public, it came as no surprise that Madrid had inserted a “Buy-back” clause in his contract. With the Spaniard showing his skill, Real are expected to buy him back this summer only to sell him to the highest bidder, thus reaping huge returns on their investment.
The Guardian has reported that Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal are keen to sign the youngster. However, a move to Manchester looks most likely if Portuguese manager Jose Mourinho takes over as the manager of the mighty Manchester United with the player keen on working under him. We believe it will largely come down to the finances rather than emotions as Madrid will want to make the best returns on their investment in the player.