Spanish striker Alvaro Morata is close to a move back to his homeland with Real Madrid the team he left two years ago for Italy, to join Juventus.
The striker ended a six-year spell with Real in 2014 to join Juventus, but Los Blancos inserted a buy back option for the Spain international for a fee reported to be 30m euros.
Both Arsenal and Chelsea have been linked with the striker, and the Gunners, along with Tottenham, tried to sign him when he joined Juve two years ago and his agent Giuseppe Marotta says they Italian side expects a bid from Real in the next few hours.
“Real Madrid will exercise their right to repurchase,” Marotta said in quotes on Marca.
“We expect their offer in writing in the coming day, then we’ll see, but the number of possibilities that remain are few, and we will try to replace him with an equally-good player.” He adds.
The 23 – year old striker, has started both of Spain’s matches at Euro 2016 so far and scored twice in Friday’s 3-0 win against Turkey.