Alvaro Morata extends the loan with Juventus as the coach of Bianconeri, Andrea Pirlo is in no rush to make a permanent deal with the Spaniard.
Alvaro Morata has been showing that he has the class to play for Juventus since the Spanish striker made his comeback to the Italian’s side in summer. Nonetheless, the former teammate and the now coach, Andrea Pirlo, denied that he is in rush to make a permanent deal with Morata. Alvaro Morata extends his loan at Juventus as it is the best option for his career.
Due to the global pandemic, COVIDd-19, the summer transfer of next year will be unstable, and instead of risking their budget, Juventus wants to maximize the deal with Morata as they want to extend his loan time.
Morata previously had two initial years at Juventus when he scored 27 times for the side before departing for Real Madrid. His return to the Italian champion this year can be graded as a success since he claimed 6 goals for himself across all competitions.
In order to have his service in September, Bianconeri has already paid for Athletico Madrid 9 million euros. If Juventus extend his loan time with the club, they potentially will convince Athletico Madrid to let him sign the Spaniard permanently.
While Morata has a good form at Juventus, his loan spell or permanent deal can be affected by bad results recently. Juventus is reported to search for a new coach if Pirlo keeps showing this bad form in the game. The defending champion of Serie A is not happy at all with the soccer Pirlo has performed so far.