Tuttosport reveal that Alvaro Morata has chosen a switch to Juventus ahead of a move to Wolfsburg.
The Real Madrid youngster has two offers on the table – one from the Bianconeri, and another from the Bundesliga outfit.
The German side are thought to have bid an amazing €28m for the goalscorer, but the Spain Under-21 international has his heart set on Turin.
The paper believes that Morata is keen to link up with compatriot Fernando Llorente, and has been lured to Antonio Conte’s men by the promise of Champions League football.
The Blancos youth product played 23 times last term, scoring eight goals. But is some way behind Cristiano Ronaldo, Karim Benzema and Gareth Bale in the pecking order at Santiago Bernabeu.
He will be allowed to leave the club, but will have what's been known as the 'Dani Carvajal model' introduced into his contract - meaning that he will likely be brought back to the Spanish capital after a season or two with a reduced buy-back clause.
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