Turin (Italy), May 27 (IANS) Italian football champions Juventus’ CEO Giuseppe Marotta has said they will try everything to keep Spanish striker Alvaro Morata at the club, despite rumours about his possible return to Real Madrid from the loan spell.
Marotta said on Thursday Morata is a talent who is turning into a champion and has grown a lot, adding they will try everything to keep him at Juventus, reports Efe.
He added Real Madrid’s right to buy back the player for 35 million euros ($39 million) from the loan spell is a problem, and Juventus will be in contact with them after the Champions League final.
Asked about the possible signing of FC Barcelona Brazilian defender Dani Alves, Marotta acknowledged he is a major player and Juventus will see what it can do.
Juventus management have described the rumour about interest in Barcelona’s Argentine defender Javier Mascherano as a media speculation.