Morata moved to Real as a youngster in 2008, having previously played for Atletico Madrid and Juventus. However, Los Merengues let him go in 2014 after he had scored 10 goals in 37 La Liga outings for the ten-time Champions League winners.
However, the striker’s form since moving to Italy has been exceptional, with the attacker equalling Alessandro Del Piero’s club record for scoring in consecutive Champions League matchdays.
His form has prompted rumours of a move, with Premier League trio Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester United all quoted an eye-watering £58 million for the attacker during the summer.
However, should any of the three heavyweights remain keen on the striker, they may now face competition from his former club.
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“As far as I know, Real Madrid’s intention is to bring him back,” said agent Ernesto Bronzetti, speaking to Tuttosport as per Le 10 Sport.
“But it’s important to know what Morata says himself.”