Alvaro Morata Begins To Worry About His Future At Juventusstadium | April 26, 2021 | 0 | NEWS
Spain striker Alvaro Morata only came to Juventus on loan from Atletico Madrid last summer and there have been no further talks between the two clubs for a permanent deal.
Alvaro Morata admits he would be happy to stay at Juventus for the rest of his life, but is currently unsure about his future in Turin as his loan from Atletico Madrid will end at the end of this season.
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The 28-year-old forward came off the bench to save the reigning Serie A champions from defeat, scoring just one minute after coming on to replace Paulo Dybala in his side’s 1-1 draw against hosts Fiorentina at the Artemio Franchi.
It was the former Real Madrid and Chelsea striker’s 18th goal in 40 appearances in all competitions, with him doing quite well for the Turin giants this season since his arrival during the summer on a £ 1 million season loan.
Juventus must now take a stand on Alvaro Morata’s future at the end of this season, take the permanent option for the Spain striker with 39 caps and 19 goals or return him to Atletico Madrid when his loan term ends.
“Everyone knows I would love to be here for life if I had the opportunity, but this is a profession, football is a business and often we players don’t have many options,” Alvaro Morata told Sky Italia after the match.
As for Juventus’ draw at home to Fiorentina, he added, “We could have scored more goals, but we didn’t succeed. We had a better attitude in the second half, which will see us win the next game. ”
Andrea Pirlo Admits Angry, Alvaro Morata Is Wasting Big Opportunities
Previously, Juventus’ front-line duo’s performance had received the spotlight after Cristiano Ronaldo missed a penalty, while Alvaro Morata wasted at least two big chances in each half.
Manager Andrea Pirlo even admitted that he was very angry with Morata’s missed opportunity which forced Juventus to draw 1-1 against Atalanta at Allianz Stadium, Thursday (17/12).
Federico Chiesa opened the scoring to put the hosts ahead first, before Remo Freuler leveled in the second half, forcing The Old Lady to swallow their sixth draw in the Italian League this season, tallying their number of wins.
Cristiano Ronaldo had a chance to restore Juventus’ lead, but the Portuguese superstar squandered a golden opportunity from the spot after Federico Chiesa was fouled in the box, and it was the 35-year-old forward’s fourth failure from 30 penalties in all competitions for the Bianconeri.
While Andrea Pirlo did not insist on the failure of the Portuguese superstar’s penalty, he did express his frustration at Morata’s carelessness, who had squandered a golden opportunity in front of Atalanta’s empty goal.
The Spanish international made a bad pass on Cristiano Ronaldo which should have been resolved on his own, before getting a wild ball in front of an empty goal, he even kicked off a backheel shot which finally got the ball out of the net.
Seeing the hesitant and arrogant action of the Atletico Madrid loan attacker, Pirlo admitted that he was really angry. Asked about Ronaldo’s missed penalty, the 41-year-old manager told a press conference, “It’s a shame because it will help us to keep going, but these things can happen.”
“But Alvaro Morata’s wasting his chances made me really angry, that’s something we shouldn’t do. These odds can affect play in certain ways. One must have the clarity to make the right choice and he does not. On top of that, he played a great game. It just so happens that goals sometimes don’t happen.”