It seems more and more likely that Real Madrid striker Alvaro Morata will not make a permanent move to Juventus, Calciomercato.com has revealed.
The Spanish giants will announce their intention to activate the buy-back option in the player's contract in the next 48 hours in order to make a profit during the summer transfer window.
Arsenal continue to be in pole position to sign the Spaniard but it seems the youngster is not convinced that the Gunners will challenge for the title next season.
Chelsea, on the other hand, have sent a strong message to their rivals after signing former Juventus manager Antonio Conte, who won the Scudetto three times in a row during his spell in Turin.
Conte is also ready to give Morata a key role in the Chelsea offensive department especially if Diego Costa returns to Atletico Madrid.
France's Paris Saint-German have also been linked with a move to sign the Spaniard.