Morata turns fans away from him!

Morata turns fans away from him!

The Spanish Atletico forward, who plays in Juventus on loan, may move to Barcelona.

The Spanish media report that the deal between Alvaro Morata and Barcelona is practically a done deal and the parties have only minor details left to discuss. The Catalans have already reached an agreement with both Juventus and Atletico, so they will soon be able to sign the striker.

According to As, Antoine Griezmann was also included in the deal, for whom Atlético had to pay 40 million euros in the summer. When all the issues are settled, the Spaniard's agent Juanma Lopez will give him the go-ahead, and Alvaro will go to Barcelona to undergo a medical examination and sign a contract for at least a year and a half.

Whereas the Catalans need to settle the payroll. The retirement of Sergio Aguero did not greatly simplify the situation, because the club bosses need to somehow contribute to the salary estimate for Dani Alves, Ferran Torres, as well as Gavi and Nico Gonzalez, who are still youth players to this day. Given these circumstances, the club director, Mateu Alemanн, has to quickly look for buyers on Samuel Umtiti and Philippe Coutinho in order to get rid of their salaries.

Morata is a Real Madrid product who played for both Los Blancos and Atlético and may now end up at Barcelona. It is difficult to imagine how the fans of these clubs will react to the transfer of the Spaniard. But given the antirating that Morata has earned for himself in recent years, including playing for the national team, he is no stranger to criticism.

Whether he will be able to play at Barcelona, we don't know. In his style of play, he is more like Luuk de Jong, whom the Catalans are going to send back to Sevilla. However, Alvaro can play deeper, open up and drag the ball forward. And this is the quality that Xavi needs his team to play. And given the financial problems of Barça, the deal is not so bad, because getting an experienced striker at a low cost is now quite problematic. And all the talk about the possible arrival of Haaland at Barcelona, as for us, is nothing more than an attempt by Laporta to reassure the fans.