Morata has endured a tough first season in England with Chelsea
Juventus are edging closer to a reunion with Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata with reports claiming the Italian giants have agreed personal terms with the Spain international.
The 25-year-old’s future at Stamford Bridge is unclear after a difficult first season in England and the striker is said to be considering a possible return to Turin.
So much so that Juve are said to willing to bring the unsettled Morata back at the end of the season.
According to Rai Sport, their hopes of landing the Spaniard appear to have improved with personal terms already being discussed between the player and the club.
One stumbling block to a potential deal could be Morata’s significant wage demands, with the striker currently earning £8.5 million per season at Stamford Bridge.
Juve’s current highest earner is Gonzalo Higuain, who nets just short of £7 million per season and in order to keep relations intact, the Old Lady may not be willing to match Morata’s demands.
It was reported last week that Juve would be willing to offer £13 million to sign Morata on loan, although no exact fee has been confirmed.