Former Real Madrid striker currently plying his trade at Juventus is nearing an important crossroad in his professional career.
Los Blancos have sold the Spanish striker in the summer of 2014 but have included a buy-back option believed to be worth around €30 million for the player who went on to become one of Europe’s hottest properties.
According to Spanish media outlet AS, Arsenal and Paris Saint-Germain have already contacted Morata’s representatives eager to splash out on the talented forward. Real Madrid apparently intend to activate their buy-back clause in order to sell Morata for a fee that is likely to be in excess of €60 million which would make a healthy profit for the Spanish giants.
Arsene Wenger is looking to bring fresh blood in attack and offer support for Olivier Giroud, while French champions PSG have launched a search for Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s successor.
The 23-year-old Spain forward has made 34 appearances for Juventus this season scoring 7 goals in the process.