Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata has received the green light from the board and club to leave for his former club in the Italian Serie A, Juventus, during the summer transfer windows after the disappointing season at the Stamford Bridge.
According to some Italian sources, Chelsea gave the green light to Juventus in order sign the Spanish striker during the summer where they will be allowed to contact Alvaro Morata in order to negotiate with him the loan spell to Italy.
The sources confirm that Alvaro Morata is keen to return to Juventus again after having a very disappointing season in England where he failed to impress, especially in the second half of the season, after missing several chances in every match he plays with Chelsea FC.
Alvaro Morata is reported to be leaving to Turin on loan for two seasons for 15 million Euros, where Juventus FC will have the option to buy the player for 45 million Euros if both parties agree to.
Knowing that Alvaro Morata played for Juventus in the season 2014/2015 where he was a key player in the team and helped them reach the UEFA Champions League final after eliminating Real Madrid, but the Italian team failed to win the final against the La Liga club, Barcelona.