FIFA agent Ernesto Bronzetti expects Real Madrid to try to re-sign Alvaro Morata from Juventus this summer as Los Blancos change the kind of player they want.
Madrid sold Morata to the Serie A champions in 2014 for a price of €22m and, AS says, would have to pay €35m to take him back.
“The intention of Madrid is to re-incorporate Morata, but it depends on the will of the player,” AS quotes Bronzetti as telling Tuttosport.
“Madrid are starting to change their transfer policy. They’re now looking to sign younger players and Morata has an interesting profile.”
AS adds that Madrid and Morata have a standing agreement over a contract, one that would run for five years and pay more than the €2.2m he receives a year in Turin.
Juve are however looking to improve Morata’s deal in an effort to keep him at the club, AS say, and would raise the Spain international’s salary to €3.5m plus bonuses.