Juventus will meet with Real Madrid for Alvaro Morata in the coming hours, according to reports.
The Spanish striker has a €30m buyback clause, and it’s expected that Los Merengues will activate that option and then sell him on for a quick profit.
The Bianconeri would like to keep him in Turin, and are trying to negotiate a deal whereby they would pay extra to cancel the clause.
According to Sky, the meeting between the two clubs will take place in the next few hours, but Chelsea are keen to sign Morata.
The news outlet claims that incoming manager Antonio Conte has personally called the striker to convince him to move to London.
In addition, there could be talks for Mateo Kovacic, but it’s thought Real Madrid are unwilling to let the Croatian leave on loan.