first_imgAlvaro Morata has almost become an obsession for Real Madrid. After scoring the goal which knocked them out of the Champions League last season, he’s been one of the players Florentino Perez is desperate to sign. 21/03/2016 Upd. at 14:42 Madrid have a clause which would allow them to re-sign the player from the Italian club. This summer, they would have to pay 30 million euros to bring him back (Juve paid 22 million euros).  On Sunday, after the win over Sevilla, the club’s director of institutional relations Emilio Butragueño opened the door to bringing him back from Juventus. Alejandro Alcazar CETcenter_img In this sense, he failed to deny the reports that he recently phoned Morata to congratulate him for his performance in the Champions League game against Bayern Munich.  However, Perez has two potential problems. The first is that Massimiliano Allegri is keen to keep the striker in Turin and will try and persuade him to stay.  Secondly, and maybe more important, Madrid still don’t know if they will be able to sign players in the summer, as they wait to find out if their appeal against a transfer ban will be accepted.  He said: “Those players that have played for Real Madrid form part of the Madrid family and we are always thinking about them.”  While it is in this process, though, Los Blancos will be permitted to make transfers.last_img