Juventus have officially extended Alvaro Morata’s contract until 2020, though the Real Madrid clauses are expected to remain.
The striker’s previous deal was set to expire on June 30 2019, but he added another year.
The announcement comes during Morata’s most difficult time in a Juve jersey, as he is struggling for playing time and missed several sitters in the Champions League defeat to Sevilla.
Although details have not been confirmed, it’s believed the clauses allowing Real Madrid to buy the Spaniard back for pre-agreed fees are still in place.
So are the counter-clauses for Juventus to keep hold of him.