Alvaro Morata, a rumoured Arsenal and Tottenham target, might be sold by Atletico Madrid just days after returning to the Spanish team from Juventus, with the Serie A giants apparently interested in signing the striker.
Following the 29-year-olds' return to Atletico, the Italian club might make a fresh move for Morata in the following weeks, with Arsenal and Tottenham also believed to be interested in signing the former Chelsea and Juventus star this summer.
Atletico are open to dumping Morata in order to balance out their books, with the European powers currently unable to sign Antoine Grizemann due to La Liga salary restrictions, the same thing that prevented FC Barcelona from renewing Lionel Messis' contract last year.
Despite Arsenal and Tottenham's interest in the Spaniard, Antonio Conte, who was once labelled as a complete player, is expected to leave Madrid this summer again in his career. Juventus may be the destination for the striker.
During his first loan spell at Atletico, Juventus pushed hard for him to lower his asking price, and now, it appears like the Turin side will get their wish, with Diego Simeone seemingly willing to drop the striker this summer.
Both Arsenal and Tottenham should allow Juventus to sign Morata.
Both arsenal and Tottenham needed attacking reinforcements this summer, and with Arsenal expected to sign Gabriel Jesus and Spurs already signing Richarlison, neither north London club has a genuine desire for a top-quality striker, meaning Juventus are free to go for Morata.
Before the Old Lady's loan agreement expired last month, Juventus sounded more determined than ever to sign the 29-year-old, especially now with Arsenal and Tottenham out of the picture.