Morata to Tottenham transfer back on

The hottest young striker involved in transfer speculation right now is Real Madrid's Álvaro Morata.

Morata to Tottenham transfer back on


All the top clubs around Europe have been coveting him for years, he is a prolific finisher, when he gets the opportunity, which he rarely does at Real Madrid.

Manchester United, Arsenal and ourselves were all chasing him again but as with all Real Madrid transfers of young players they insist on a back back clause, within a set time, for a set fee, within any transfer contract.

We all refused to agree to such a clause as effectively we would become their finishing school and we can make little profit on the player. If he joined us and banged in the goals his value would immediately shoot into the £30 million bracket, yet because of a clause Real Madrid would be able to buy him for peanuts.

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Juventus were said to have agreed terms with the player ahead of a loan move but Real Madrid say that is no happening unsurprisingly, as the player only has a year left on his contract.Real president Florentino Perez said to Spanish radio station Cadena Ser:

"I am friends with the Juventus executives and president Andrea Agnelli. But I have not spoken to them regarding Morata and, honestly, the possibilities that he goes to play in Turin are zero."
"I will meet the player and we will try to find the best solution for him and for the club."

Now Tottenham have entered the arena once again after having a change of heart with reports in Spain suggesting Daniel Levy has now agreed to the buy back clause.

AS are running the story and say that Inter Milan, Wolfsburg, Borussia Dortmund, Villarreal, Sevilla and Tottenham Hotspur have all agreed to the clause.

Some clubs have agreed to a loan deal should Madrid be able to persuade the 21 year-old to sign a contract extension, his current contract runs out next June.

Morata has had just 578 LA Liga minutes all season which equates to 6.4 full games in which he has netted 8 goals from 39 shots, a goal every 72 minutes or every 4.875 shots.



Isn't it time Tottenham got something out of this 'special relationship' instead of a whole load of cash?



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