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Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester United ready to offer £57m for Serie A star


Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester United are all ready to offer £57m to sign Juventus striker Alvaro Morata.

The Spaniard was one of the most impressive players in Massimiliano Allegri's squad last season and has joined team-mate Paul Pogba as one of the most wanted players for the upcoming summer transfer window.

According to reports in Italy, Real Madrid are also interested in bringing the player back to the Santiago Bernabeu although a move away from Turin this summer is unlikely as the 22-year-old confirmed on Tuesday that he is happy at Juventus.

"It has been a good year," Morata is quoted as saying by Marca.

"It was a difficult change and I think it has helped my international chances. If I hadn't taken the decision it would have been difficult to be here now.

"Being here [with the Spanish national team] now is one of the best things that has happened in my life.

"As far as I'm concerned, this isn't just another game at the end of the season, it's the chance to help defend my country and give my all.

"[My future?] I think I owe Juventus a lot for the faith they have put in me. I'm happy there and I have to put a lot back in for what they have done for me.

"The style of football at Juventus is different to the one here. With the national team you learn to wait patiently while your teammates have the ball. They are different ways of playing."

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