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Alvaro Morata has already made one move this summer, returning to Real Madrid from Juventus after the Spanish club paid the £23million buyback fee stipulated in his contract.

But another move may be in store, as the Spain striker told TV broadcaster Cuatro he would only be satisfied at a club that planned to give him a key role.

‘I want a team that makes me feel important and I would be ready to stay in Madrid to win my place,’ Morata said.

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NICE, FRANCE - JUNE 17:  Alvaro Morata of Spain celebrates scoring his sides first goal during the UEFA EURO 2016 Group D match between Spain and Turkey at Allianz Riviera Stadium on June 17, 2016 in Nice, France.  (Photo by Alex Livesey/Getty Images)

‘I do not have to prove anything to anyone. I am a player of Real Madrid and they will decide if they want me, otherwise we will find another solution.’

Morata’s agent Juanma Lopez told earlier this week that the 23-year-old had offers on the table from multiple Premier League sides.

Chelsea, Manchester United and Arsenal are believed to lead the way in the competition for Morata’s signature.

Chelsea could have a vacancy up front next season as Diego Costa appears increasingly set on a move back to Atletico Madrid.

Arsene Wenger has already shown he is in the market for another striker at Arsenal after tabling a bid for Leicester’s Jamie Vardy.

And Jose Mourinho has his work cut out for him at Manchester United, a side whose 49 goals last season stood out as an unacceptable total for a club with designs on Champions League qualification.

Real Madrid may want to test the market to find out just how much Morata is worth to English sides before making a decision on whether to sell him.alvaro-morata-juventus-inter-coppa-italia_1j87el9x80f2u10gc5q5qq1muk

Morata is believed to be apprehensive about a return to Real Madrid – where he felt undervalued as an academy graduate – and says he is happy to put off a decision.

‘My priority right now is the national team, with whom I want to win the Euros. Only after this competition will I think about my future.’

Morata will square off against a number of his Juventus team-mates on Monday when Spain take on Italy in the round of 16.

 

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