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Alvaro Morata Transfer News & Odds

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Alvaro Morata Transfer News & Odds

Alvaro Morata’s signature looks up for grabs this summer following reports that Juventus have told the Spanish striker that they are unable to pay his £30m buyout clause after his loan.

The 29-year-old Madrid-born striker has failed to impress in what has been a drab campaign for Juve, having only scored 12 goals in 48 appearances, however, the Spaniard did create nine assists. Consequently, Morata will return to Atletico Madrid in the summer who are reportedly looking to sell players to increase their transfer funds in the upcoming summer transfer window.

Club Latest Odds
Arsenal 5/4
Juventus 2/1
Tottenham Hotspur 16/1
Chelsea 20/1
Barcelona 25/1

Arsenal Odds: 5/4

With Alexandre Lacazette looking set to leave once his contract concludes in June, as well as the departure of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang in January, Arsenal only have Eddie Nketiah as a strike option going into next season.

While the form of Nketiah may have drastically improved at the back end of last season, with European football back on the cards for the Gunners, one striker will not be enough if they both wish to compete in Europe and put up a fight domestically.

Morata would be a risky signing for the gunners, given his failings with Chelsea previously in the Premier League, however, he has shown his experience and worth for Atletico Madrid and Juventus countless times, especially so in Europe where the gunners will no doubt be looking to add experience to an otherwise young and developing squad.

Morata is priced at 5/4 to join Arsenal in the upcoming summer transfer window - click on the link to claim this bet in your bet slip!

Juventus Odds: 2/1

Following a fairly unexciting two-year loan spell in Turin, in which he scored 20 goals in 67 appearances, largely from the wing mind you, Morata could return to the Old Lady for a reduced price.

While the signing would certainly not stimulate a surge of optimism from an otherwise understandably pessimistic group of fans, it would assure they have options and experience coming into next season, especially as the Fidanzata D'italia are losing forward Paulo Dybala and likely the vastly experienced centre half Giorgio Chiellini for free.

Morata himself has expressed his desire to stay and fight for his place in Turin, however with the options available, Juve may set their sights on a more ambitious target to play alongside Dusan Vlahovic.

Morata is priced at 2/1 to return to Juventus for a third time in his career after his recent loan spell.

Tottenham Hotspur Odds: 16/1

Following the coup of Dejan Kulusevski and Rodrigo Bentancur from Juventus in January, where both players seamlessly slotted straight into Antonio Conte’s system without fault, we may see the North London team shopping through Juventus’ castaways yet again.

With Spurs back in the Champions League, they will need to add both depth and experience if they wish to compete beyond the group stages, adding Alvaro Morata to Antonio Conte’s squad will take huge pressure off of the legs of Harry Kane, and many spurs fans would hope he has the same impact as Fernando Llorente who’s appearances led them to their first-ever Champions League final.

Morata is priced at 16/1 to join Kulusevski and Bentancur at Spurs.

Chelsea Odds: 20/1

Could Morata make a shock return to Stamford Bridge?

Following the dismal season record signing, Romelu Lukaku has had in West London, Chelsea and their famously ruthless outlook on underperforming players will likely be looking to move on from the Belgian forward as he would no doubt not want to be warming the benches at Stamford Bridge, nor would the new Chelsea hierarchy want that sort of weekly wage sitting on their bench week in and out.

If Morata is to re-join Chelsea, much like Spurs, it would be as a backup striker to likely another big-money purchase for the no.9 role.

While many Chelsea fans would likely be in dismay at the re-signing of a player who otherwise was largely a disappointment in his previous spell at the club, with only 16 goals in just 41 appearances over three seasons, his experience and understanding of elite football would no doubt be a bonus in the dressing room.

Chelsea are priced at 20/1 to re-sign Morata.

Barcelona Odds: 25/1

Morata played almost 70 games over two spells for Real Madrid and 83 before that for their development side Real Madrid B, so a move to Barcelona would be a shock to many.

However, given he has already donned the red and white of Atletico Madrid, he has hardly shone as the most faithful of former Galacticos since his departure.

With Xavi’s side back competing in the most prestigious European competition, much like all the other teams on this list, Barcelona will be desperate to improve their depth.

At the moment the only other striker to Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is a rather disappointing Ronald Koeman signing in Luuk De Jong, so if given the option to sign the experienced fellow Spaniard for a cut-price, Xavi would likely not turn his nose up at the opportunity, even if only as a gesture to bitter rivals Real Madrid!

Morata is priced at 25/1 to trade the Wanda Metropolitano for the Nou Camp.