Spanish striker Alvaro Morata recently made a transfer switch from Serie A club Juventus to La Liga giants Real Madrid. However, transfer interest in the player refuse to fly away as English Premier League clubs Arsenal and Chelsea are still looking to sign the player. It is believed that Real Madrid are looking to make a huge profit on the player and any club interested to pay the amount are free to capture the 23-year-old.
Property giants Proto Group, who deal properties for most of the superstar footballers in world football today recently made a statement which has re-ignited Morata’s transfer to the Premier League. The same property group recently linked a South American player, believed to be Alexis Sanchez, linked with a move to Juventus, when they said that there is South American interest for houses in Turin, a name which will be a nice surprise for Juventus fans, as reported by calciomercato.com.
“Meanwhile, we can also announce that Morata is looking for a house in London. His requirements are quite restricted in contrast to other players.” Proto Group said, according to Tribal Football.
The same property giant made a similar reveal for Manchester United target Zlatan Ibrahimovic a while back. The company stated that the 34-year-old Ibrahimovic is looking for a house in the Northwest.
Morata is an upcoming striker in world football with loads of potential. The striker made a total of 34 appearances for Juventus in the Serie A last season in which he scored 7 goals. He has a shot accuracy of 58% and has created 28 chances for his team. The 23-year-old also featured for Spain in the Euro 2016, where he scored 3 goals in 4 appearances, according to Squawka.com.
If either of Arsenal or Chelsea wants to sign Morata this summer, they need to shell an amount in excess of $80 million for the player. With both the clubs desperate to add a proven striker upfront, an official bid might be made soon.
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