- Alvaro Morata has shuffled among several clubs in Europe in the last couple of seasons
- The Spaniard has officially joined Italian club Juventus on a one-year loan deal
- The Atletico Madrid player moves to Italy ahead of possible arrival of Luis Suarez
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Alvaro Morata has returned to Italy to join reigning Serie A champions Juventus on a one-year loan deal as the contract also has the option of making the move permanent.
The Spanish footballer who has played for several top clubs in Europe in recent years is returning to Italy where he had one of the biggest moments of his career.
Morata was on the books of Atletico Madrid, having joined Diego Simeone's side from Chelsea in January 2019 - on an initial loan deal that was made permanent in July this year – but with Luis Suarez being linked with a move to the Rojiblancos, Morata has now left for Turin.
He featured for the Old Lady between 2014 and 2016 where he player 93 games, scoring 27 goals, a dazzling form which enabled Real Madrid activate the buy-back clause, before the star moved to England one year later.
Juventus earlier confirmed that the 27-year-old was having his medicals, however latest reports have it that the contract has been sealed.
Also, Nelson Semedo has confirmed that he has left Barcelona in an emotional farewell message on social media as the right-back is linked with Premier League outfit Wolves.
Semedo announced his exit while thanking the Catalan club for giving him the opportunity to play at the prestigious Camp Nou and to learn as well.
Reports say Premier League club Wolverhampton Wanderers is expected to seal a move for the 26 year old by Wednesday, September 23, in a deal estimated to be worth €35million.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Barcelona have reportedly planned to stop Luis Suarez from joining fellow Spanish League outfit Atletico Madrid before the end of this transfer window.
The 33-year-old was informed by the Catalans' new boss, Ronald Koeman that he is no longer wanted at Camp Nou. And since then, he began shopping for a new club.
He was initially meant to join Juventus but the move was botched due to passport delays and that brought Los Rojiblancos into the picture.
His move to the Metropolitano Stadium meant Barcelona would have to end their partnership with the striker as reported by SunSport.
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