Juventus’ fans and pay per head sportsbooks were delighted to learn that the club completed a €20million deal to bring Spanish striker Alvaro Morata from Real Madrid.
The Spain Under-21 international who’s very well known with price per head services around the world signed in Turin a five-year deal, while the Spanish capital side will be able to re-sign him until the 2016-17 season comes to an end.
The striker was constantly struggling to get a first-team place at Real, even though pay per head sportsbooks saw that last term he contributed nine goals in all competitions.
Pay per head sportsbooks then found out that a very talented forward line of Karim Benzema, Gareth Bale, and Cristiano Ronaldo made it very tough for Morata to regularly start games.
But pay per head sportsbooks believe that Morata will most likely enjoy his chances of competing for a spot in Juventus’ attacking ranks, alongside the likes of Fernando Llorente and Carlos Tevez.
The player arrives at the Juventus Stadium in the beginning of a new era for the Italian champions – who on Tuesday parted ways with former coach Antonio Conte.
And pay per head sportsbooks know that Allegri, who a day later was appointed as his replacement, will have the job of building on the three consecutive Scudetti that were won in Conte’s era with Morata being his first signing.
Although he was struggling for appearances at Real, pay per head sportsbooks saw that the player picked several honours, including two Copa del Rey medals and the Liga title.
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Morata’s last game for the club saw him feature in the UEFA Champions League final as Real won La Decima with a 4-1 victory over city rivals Atletico, in a game that pay per head sportsbooks will not forget any time soon.
Pay per head sportsbooks and many fans know very well what a great player Morata is, and believe that he could prove to be the perfect addition to Juventus.