Paolo Rossi believes Alvaro Morata should stay at Juventus, rather than return to Real Madrid.
The Spanish striker joined the Bianconeri in 2014, but Los Merengues retain a buyback clause which they can activate this summer or next.
“He’s a technically complete striker,” Rossi, who won the World Cup in 1982, told Diario As.
“He’s also shown he can keep a cool head in the most important matches, in spite of his age. He’s worth every penny of his €35m clause.
“He’s mentally strong, he knows what he wants and his ambition is to be number one this year. Maybe he and [Paulo] Dybala should learn to link up more, but selfishness is normal for a striker.
“Returning to Madrid? I don’t know if he’d be a protagonist.”
Rossi spent four seasons with Juventus in his playing days, winning two Scudetti and the European Cup.
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