Juventus have reportedly started considering bringing back Alvaro Morata for a third spell as they prepare to shake up their frontline.

Bianconeri sporting director Cristiano Giuntoli is expected to start rebuilding the Bianconeri squad in the summer as the club gear up for a season that’ll see them compete in both the Champions League and revamped Club World Cup.

Massimiliano Allegri is looking increasingly likely to leave Juventus in the summer as a result of the team’s dire form over the last few months, and recent reports suggested that Thiago Motta had agreed a deal in principle, something the Bologna coach denied to his directors.

Morata returns to fashion

Page 20 of today’s Gazzetta dello Sport details how Morata has started to appeal to Juventus once again as they prepare to shake up their frontline in the summer, open to rehoming Moise Kean and Arkadiusz Milik.

The Spanish striker, who already had two spells with the Old Lady from 2014 to 2016 and 2020 to 2022, has an estimated price tag of around €15-20m and was heavily linked with a return to Turin last summer.

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