That’s according to a report from Tuttosport (h/t AS), which claims the Bianconeri have set aside a whopping €90 million in an attempt to get the aforementioned deals done. That is said to equate to €25 million to preserve Morata, while around €40 million and €25 million could be spent on Isco and Danilo, respectively.
The future of Morata is certainly going to be fascinating to follow at the end of the season, with Real able to activate a sum that would see him return to the capital.
Here’s a look at what he’s been up to since moving to Juventus:
The Turin giants will be keen to keep the 23-year-old. While he’s not the most aesthetic operator, Morata has a penchant for popping up when it matters most—as he did in Juve’s run to the UEFA Champions League final last term—and putting in an incredible amount of work for the team. He was an ideal foil for Carlos Tevez and is doing the same for Paulo Dybala.
According to Calciomercato (h/t Alex Harris of the Daily Star) Real are hoping to bring Morata back to the club in the summer and auction him off to a Premier League side, with Arsenal, Liverpool and Chelsea all said to be keen.
Jack Rathborn of uMAXit Football feels that after losing some key players last term, the Serie A giants need to be careful about losing more:
Indeed, manager Massimiliano Allegri should be looking to add to the quality already in this Juventus team, and it seems the club may be eyeing a double raid on Real.
Isco is named as one of the targets, with his position at the Santiago Bernabeu looking increasingly unstable. Manager Zinedine Zidane has opted not to operate with a natural No. 10 in the XI as of late, leaving the Spain international on the fringes of the first team.
The former Malaga man has never been able to nail down a regular spot in the starting XI at the club, yet despite that, as these numbers from Squawka Football show, he’s a player who is a proven creative influence at the elite level:
Another player who Juve reportedly want at the club is Danilo. The Brazilian signed for Los Blancos in the summer and seemed set to usurp Dani Carvajal in the right-back berth. But he’s been inconsistent so far, finding it difficult to show the same levels that made him such a threat for Porto last season.
Rik Sharma of Sport thinks that of the two right-backs at Zidane’s disposal, one is clearly superior to the other:
Both Isco and Danilo could potentially benefit from fresh starts. The former, in particular, looks unlikely to thrive under the new regime and has never been afforded a consistent run of games since signing for the club. At Juventus, Isco would become a key man, and his performance levels would inevitably increase as a result.
It may be a little premature to write off Danilo as a Real player. After all, it can take players a while to get used to the daunting proposition of donning the iconic all-white jersey, and he’s still in his first season with the club.
Nevertheless, for as long as Carvajal continues to excel, he’ll have to make do with watching on from the sidelines.