Unsettled Real Madrid striker Alvaro Morata is looking for a way to solve his current situation with Los Blancos and, according to Corriere dello Sport, the Spaniard is keen to return to Juventus.
The 24-year-old striker is not sure he had made a right choice by deciding to get back to Spain and is keen to return to Serie A champions Juventus.
Once deemed a great talent, the 24-year-old Spanish striker has struggled to prove his worth over the last couple of years, although displaying glimpses of great promise both at Juventus and Real Madrid.
Alvaro Morata only returned from his two-year stay at Juventus last summer, but has gone on to record only six starts and 12 La Liga appearances in total, which was more than enough for Morata to score 5 goals for Los Blancos.
With Mario Mandzukic nearing an exit and uncertainty revolving the long-term future of Paulo Dybala, Juventus would reportedly consider taking the Spaniard back as a replacement and support for their first-choice striker Gonzalo Higuain.
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