The Spanish champions believe the Juventus striker represents good value at a price of €32 million, but the club are then set to move him on to an interested party
Real Madrid are set to re-sign Alvaro Morata for a fee of €32 million, in order to sell the Juventus striker on to an interested party, according to Marca.
The Spanish giants inserted a buy-back clause into the striker's contract when he departed Santiago Bernabeu, and have decided to exercise the option this summer.
Both Manchester United and Liverpool are also interested in acquiring the 23-year-old, whom Real value at €50m.
With Jose Mourinho reportedly poised to replace Louis van Gaal at Old Trafford, United may be the frontrunners, with the Portuguese a big fan of the forward.