Juve also thinks about Morata

The difficulties to reach Luis Suárez and Dzeko force the Italian champion to look for alternatives: the mattress continues to like it in Turin.

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Juventus need to sign a center forward as soon as possible and their goals are getting complicated. Luis Suárez is the dream of the fans these days. There is already an agreement with the Uruguayan (10 million net, variables included), but the two obstacles that prevent the closure of the operation are still there. First of all, the agreement between the player and Barcelona is missing for the settlement (the tip has a contract left with a 15 million salary, plus an option for another one) and then it is time to fix the passport issue. Suárez would have to pass an Italian exam and solve some procedures that normally take more than a month to fix.

In Turin they remain optimistic about their arrival, but they are obliged to leave other doors open. Edin Dzeko is Pirlo's favorite to play behind Cristiano and Dybala's back in their 3-4-1-2. The agreement with the player and with Roma is already closed, but the Giallorossi will not let him go if they first fail to sign Milik from Napoli with a trade that would bring Cengiz Under under Vesuvius. Another complicated negotiation, which forces a search for another alternative.

Today there is also talk of an old acquaintance: Álvaro Morata. The agent Giovanni Branchini, very informed about what happens around the Vecchia Signora, told 'Radio Deejay' that in the end the mattress will be the reinforcement for the front. As AS learned, Juve has taken information about the ex-Madridista, whom he has never stopped appreciating after his two campaigns in Italy. The Italians could offer a barter with the players on their starting list, which includes Bernardeschi, Ramsey and Douglas Costa among others, although Atleti puts a very high price on their striker: more than 80 million euros. Of course, the silence of his agent Juanma López is scary. Meanwhile, Pirlo continues to manage his rehearsals with Higuaín (who will be leaving soon) and awaits news…



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