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Saturday October 10 2015
Morata awaits test results

Juventus striker Alvaro Morata is said to be optimistic over his injury just hours after fears he’d fractured his fibula.

He was stretchered off during Spain’s 4-0 win over Luxembourg on Friday and seemed to be in agony, fuelling rumours he had fractured his fibula, which would’ve kept him out for four to five months.

Initial X-Rays showed no fractures or lesions, but more tests will be performed today.

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Saturday October 10 2015
Pereyra adds to Juve worries

After Alvaro Morata was stretchered off for Spain, Juventus also hear of an injury to Roberto Pereyra in Argentina.

It has not been a kind break for international duty as far as the Bianconeri are concerned.

Paul Pogba was sent home from France with a sprained ankle, while Morata was stretchered off during last night’s 4-0 win over Luxembourg.

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Friday October 9 2015
Morata fracture ruled out

Reports suggest Alvaro Morata suffered heavy bruising to his fibula while playing for Spain, but ruled out fractures.

The Juventus striker was stretchered off during Friday evening’s game with Luxembourg.

There were initial fears it was a serious injury, as a fracture would have him sidelined for up to four months.

According to Spanish paper As and Sky Sport Italia, X-Rays in hospital ruled out a fracture or lesion.

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Friday October 9 2015
Morata injured on Spain duty

Juventus striker Alvaro Morata was stretchered off during Spain’s Euro 2016 qualifier with Luxembourg.

The 22-year-old has been in fine form for the Bianconeri, with two goals and an assist in his last two games.

However, with a clash with Inter looming after the international break, Morata left the field on a stretcher while representing his country.

Initial impressions suggest the forward has a calf injury, after he went down following a challenge for a header.

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Wednesday October 7 2015
Morata: 'Madrid can't buy happiness'

Alvaro Morata warned Real Madrid might have a buy-out clause from Juventus, “but happiness counts more than clauses.”

The striker joined last year in a complex deal that saw Juve pay €20m, but the Merengues have an option to buy him back in 2016 or 2017 for around €30m.

“It’s true that the paperwork says I could return to Madrid, but some things go beyond clauses and have to deal with how people actually feel,” Morata told Radio Marca in Spain.

“Happiness counts more than clauses.”

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Wednesday October 7 2015
Nedved: ‘Morata belongs to Juventus’

Pavel Nedved does not believe Alvaro Morata will leave Juventus for Real Madrid - “he’s ours, I only see him at Juve”.

The Spanish striker arrived in Turin in the summer of 2014, but Los Merengues retain a buyback clause for summer 2016.

“He’s ours, and I only see him at Juve,” Nedved, now a Bianconeri director, told reporters after a golf event.

“He’s very good, and I think so far he’s only at 60 per cent.”

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Tuesday October 6 2015
Morata: 'Juve back on track'

Alvaro Morata admits Juventus “didn’t start well, but we’re getting back on track and so am I.”

The striker spoke to Spanish media while on international duty this week.

“I am feeling much better now and am happy to be back in the national team.

“Juventus didn’t start in the best possible way, but we are getting back on track now. We’ve got to start winning in Serie A again, the way we always have done.

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