Atletico Madrid Marksman Tracked by Juventus and Roma

Alvaro Morata is once again being attached with a return to Serie A, as Juventus and Roma are keeping tabs on him in their respective searches for a striker. It would be his third stint in the Peninsula after two separate ones in Turin.

Per SportMediaset, the Bianconeri won’t pick up their option to redeem Arkadiusz Milik. Atletico Madrid are keen on Dusan Vlahovic, who could be sold for economic reasons. On top of sending the Spaniard back, the monetary portion of the offer would have to be very large, though. The contract of the Colchoneros’ star expires in 2024. He’s in advanced talks to extend it, which would likely remove it from the market, Marca informs.

Besides the interest coming from Juventus, Morata made the rounds lately as Paulo Dybala sent Roma jersey to his kids. The Giallorossi are on the prowl for a forward following Tammy Abraham’s massive knee injury. The veteran is one of the several options they are probing, Calciomercato informs.

Roberto Firmino’s demands are too expensive. The terms to bring in Gianluca Scamacca are uncertain. M’Bala Nzola and Bologna’s Marko Arnautovic are more affordable targets. They could have the inside track for the Bologna ace as Milan relinquished their lead because Paolo Maldini was his main sponsor.

According to Leggo (via Tuttomercatoweb), the Giallorossi have inquired about Mauro Icardi. He’ll head back to PSG after a loan spell at Galatasaray. The Ligue 1 powerhouse will let him leave again. However, he prefers joining a team that plays in the Champions League and wouldn’t mind going back to the Cimbom.

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