Alvaro Morata is very likely to return to Real Madrid in the summer, with the La Liga giants expected to activate the €30m buy back option in his contract.
The Spaniard has been the third choice striker for Juventus this season, mainly because the Italian giants expect Real Madrid to sign him back, although it is reported he'd be sold to another club immediately this summer.
A lot of top European clubs are believed to be interested in Morata, including Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester City in England.
In fact, according to Italian website Corriere dello Sport, Arsenal and Paris-Saint Germain have already offered Morata a contract, which would double his current wages.
CDS say there is no chance of Morata staying at Juevntus, and that there is a chance Real Madrid might keep him this summer, after his agent, Juanma Lopez, was spotted at the Santiago Bernabeu yesterday.
Keeping Morata can't be a bad idea for Real Madrid, considering the player is wanted by most top clubs, and the La Liga giants could very well do with another striker.
On the other hand, Arsenal could also tempt Real Madrid into selling him by offering big money to the club and the player.