Juventus super striker Alvaro Morata is likely to stay at Juventus after an impressive season at the Serie A giants lineup so far.The young player was transferred to the Italian side by real madrid last year with an estimated amount of 22 million euros.It has been speculated that the Spanish giants are looking to bring the player back to Madrid but the rumors have been rejected by the La Liga side citing that they have not made such a decision.
The manager of Real Madrid has also mentioned that he has no plans for the player as he is still young and needs playing time to improve his game,the coach also praised the striker as being very composed in front of goal and being a hard worker.Real Madrid does have interest to bring Morata back to Spain but he is likely to stay at Juve as he has ad a good season,the Spanish international has made sixteen appearances at Juventus scoring 6 goals and providing six assists.
The player has improved himself as a player at Juventus and it will be crucial for him to stay at the team as this will give him more confidence. The player also has an opportunity to showcase himself in the Uefa Champions League competition with Juventus. Returning to Spain is likely to hinder his performance as he will probably get less game time than he is having at Juventus at the moment,the Italian club will be also hoping to keep the player as he will help them compete in the European competition and the domestic tittle race.
Here is a career background on Morata
Morata secured his profession at Real madrid as a young and is presently at Juventus in the Serie A where he plays as a striker.
On 19 July 2014 Juventus F.C. reported that they had arrived at an understanding for the exchange of Morata, who marked a five-year bargain for the expense of 20 million pounds , with Real Madrid having the choice to purchase him back later on. He made his presentation in Serie An on 13 September, swapping Fernando Llorente for the last moment of a 2–0 home win against Udinese Calcio after two weeks he again went ahead set up of his kindred Spaniard, and headed his first objective for his new club as it won 3–0 at Atalanta BC.
On 5 October 2014, against A.S. Roma, Morata went ahead as a substitute and was sent off for a foul on Kostas Manolas, who himself got his walking requests for retaliating. Juve won the home installation 3–2. On 9 November he scored twice to help to a 7–0 home win of Parma FC, with Llorente – whom he supplanted following 71 minutes – adding a further two to the scoreline.
On 28 January 2015, Morata played the most recent 13 minutes of the Coppa Italia apparatus likewise against Parma, and scored the diversion’s just objective at the Stadio Ennio Tardini to qualify his group to the semi-finals. The accompanying month, at home against Borussia Dortmund for the Champions League’s round-of-16, he scored the 2–1 champ in the 43rd moment of the first leg.
Morata was called by the Spanish under-17 group for the 2009 FIFA World Cup in Nigeria, playing four matches and scoring two objectives for the third-put side. Subsequently he spoke to the under-19s at the Japan International Tournament, serving to a second-place complete after the hosts.
Morata was chosen by Spain to the squad that showed up in the 2011 UEFA European Under-19 Championship in Romania, helping the national group win the competition with six objectives, the most elevated in the opposition.
He made his introduction with the under 21s at the 2013 European Championships in Israel being key in the initial two gathering amusements against Russia and Germany by mesh the lone objective in every challenge, individually in the 82nd and 86th minutes.The striker finished off an impeccable gathering stage for both group and player with his third against the Netherlands and inevitably he was delegated the opposition’s top scorer, and it likewise finished in success.
On 7 November 2014, Morata was rung to full side supervisor Vicente del Bosque’s squad for matches against Belarus and Germany. He made his introduction against the previous on the fifteenth, swapping Isco throughout the previous ten minutes of a 3–0 win in Huelva for the UEFA Euro.