The Spain international and former Juventus F.C.’s forward Alvaro Morata has returned to the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium this summer for a reported fee of €30 million from the Italian giants Juventus and has admitted that the Premier League Blues Chelsea has made a huge offer to bring him into the Stamford Bridge.
The 23-years-old Spanish forward who moved to the Italian giant Juventus in 2014 after making 37 appearances with 10 goals for the last season’s Champions League winner Real Madrid but he has completed his return to the Spanish giant this summer after scoring 15 goals in his 63 appearances for the Italian Champions Juventus.
And recently revealed in an interview that Chelsea’s new boss and his former boss of Juventus Antonio Conte showed the most interest and also offers a huge money to bring him into the Chelsea’s squad this and also admits that the offer was so huge that could make him the most expensive Spanish player ever.
But the young Spanish international has decided to rejoin the Spanish giant Real Madrid instead of moving to the Premier League because he was in the Real Madrid plans, which was his dream,
As Morata said in an interview with Sport Bild,
“Chelsea showed the most interest,"
"Antonio Conte had already signed me for Juventus.”
"And it was a very good offer this time. I would have been the most expensive Spanish player ever.
"[But] Real said that they have me in their plans, and that was always a dream of mine." Morata concluded.