Juventus are due to call Alvaro Morata and Moise Kean shortly. Both strikers are on loan with their combined purchase options totaling €60m. That Bianconeri don’t intend to spend that much. However, you realize that it would likely be more expensive to replace both. La Gazzetta dello Sport informed.
The Old Lady will try to renegotiate both fees, but it won’t be easy. They would have to pay €35m for the Spain forward after spending €20m on a two-year loan. They are ready to put 15-20 million euros on the table. On the other hand, Atletico Madrid have already received richer offers. Calciomercato informed. They will sell it to the highest bidder. The striker would have to reject the other suggestions to make it easier for him to stay.
Unlike Morata, Juventus have Kean under control for another year as per the previous deal with Everton. They paid out €7m last summer and would need to add €28m plus €3m add-ons to redeem it in 2023. Their option to buy would reportedly be triggered automatically by simple conditions next season. If they wanted to uninvite him, they have to find a solution in the next window and the toffees have to agree to it.
At this point, Kean has a better chance of staying at Juventus than Morata. Pavel Nedved spoke about the young striker DAZN before Genoa game: “I think we can easily ask him to score 25 goals a season. He was born in 2000 and has great potential. He is productive when playing close to the penalty area. He’s making some technical mistakes but we’re asking him to do a lot. We expect all forwards to be more productive next year. We were lacking in such an area in 2021-2022.”
Disclaimer : This content is not created or hosted by Seen Goal site and any legal responsibility lies with the third party .