REVEALED: Real Madrid wanted ‘fear’ clause in Morata Juventus deal

Juventus striker Alvaro Morata is free to face Real Madrid in their Champions League semi next month.


Morata left Real for Juve last summer.

AS says Real attempted to insert a clause which would see the player being unable to play in any competitive matches involving both clubs.

They also wanted to add another clause that would forbid the Italian side from selling Morata to Madrid’s eternal rivals, FC Barcelona.

However, UEFA refuse to recognise such clauses and the options were eventually rejected.


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