Juventus are reportedly willing to allow Manchester United make an approach for their striker Alvaro Morata, according to Italian publication La Stampa.
Juve are said to be aware of the increasingly intense interest in the player from Old Trafford, who have made him one of their top transfer priorities ahead of the summer window.
Potential manager Jose Mourinho is known to be a fan of the player having coached him during their time together at Real Madrid, and now Juve are apparently willing to let the pair team up again in the Premier League.
The Serie A giants are said to be willing to allow him to move on as they prepare to step up their attempts to sign Paris Saint Germain striker Edinson Cavani.
And though the Red Devils are now apparently clear to sign Morata, they will still face competition from his former side Real Madrid, who are keen to bring him back to the Bernabeu.
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