Juve open talks for Morata, as Milik to Roma stalls


Juventus have turned their attention Atletico Madrid striker Alvaro Morata as the Arek Milik-Edin Dzeko double transfer continues to stall.

The Polish international has yet to find an agreement with Napoli regarding an unpaid fine from last year and there is pessimism that the deal may fall through.

If Milik’s arrival doesn’t happen, then Roma would be forced to keep Edin Dzeko and will not allow him to join Juve due to not having a replacement.

Because of the uncertainties surrounding Dzeko’s arrival, Sky Sport reports that the Bianconeri have presented a loan with option to buy offer for the former Chelsea man. Juve would be willing to pay €10 million for the loan and €45 million for the option to buy in an attempt to bring the 27 year-old back to Turin.

Atletico may be open to selling Morata as it appears they have received the “OK” from Luis Suarez to join the club once he resolves his issues with Barcelona.

 

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