Juve directors, Beppe Marotta and Fabio Paratici and keen on bringing the forward back to Turin regardless of the status of club hitmen Paulo Dybala and Mario Mandzukic.
Morata previously played for the Old Ladies between 2014 and 2016, making 93 appearances and scoring 27 goals for the Serie A outfit, seven of which were in the UEFA Champions League.
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It is believed that Alvaro Morata may be open to the idea of leaving Stamford Bridge after enduring a relatively disappointing season, with the majority of the squad being inconsistent in this term. Morata might welcome a return to Turin where it could be argued he has had his best career spell as a footballer.
Juventus are reportedly willing to offer Chelsea €15 million to acquire Morata on a season-long loan deal with a €40 to €45 million option/obligation to buy inserted into the deal.