One of the many star European players set to make a move to the Premier League this summer is Spanish star Alvaro Morata.

Morata moved to Juventus in 2014 from Real Madrid and has been impressive in his stint in Italy.

He has bagged 25 goals in 88 appearances for the Italian outfit since his move and has been instrumental in many big games for his club.

However, it is understood that Real Madrid are ready to meet the buy-back clause of the 23-year old and are hoping to off-load him to the highest bidder in the summer.

This has seen a number of clubs including Arsenal and Liverpool scout for the player for a potential move this summer.

However, recent reports from Italian news outlet Calciomercato have revealed that Chelsea’s new manager Antonio Conte also wants Morata this summer.

The likes of Diego Costa, Loic Remy, Alexandre Pato, Eden Hazard and Oscar have all been linked with a move away from the club and it is understood that the Italian manager wants the Spanish attacker to add to his squad at the Bridge next season.

Morata will cost Real Madrid £23.7m according to the buyback clause and it is expected that the price of the player may go up to £30 million in the summer.

It is also reported that his current club Juventus may well buy him back from Madrid after the youngster revealed that he is happy with his time in Turin.

“I am happy in Italy but Germany and England are both countries where my style of football could be better suited,” Morata said in a recent interview.

“It’s more attractive for a striker because it is not as tactical as in Italy,” he added fuelling rumors of a move to the Premier League in the summer.

Alexis Sanchez of Arsenal also recently revealed that he is keen on Morata moving to Arsenal but Conte seems to have his eyes set on the 23-year old for his new adventure in England.

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp will also be looking at the player who will surely improve their squad especially of top summer target Mario Gotze does not make the move this summer.

Surely, Morata will improve any squad he walks into and with his price also not on the higher side, the three clubs along with others in Europe are set to fight it out for his signature at the end of the season.

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