Juventus striker Alvaro Morata has confirmed that he is in talks with the Italian champions over extending his stay in Turin, according to Cadena Ser.
The former Real Madrid youngster moved to Turin in 2014 after failing to earn a regular place in the Real team, and he has impressed with his performances since joining up with the Serie A giants. It was reported that Morata's contract included a buy-back clause for Real to meet if they wished, but Morata has no intention of returning at the moment.
Instead, he's looking to commit his future to Juventus and insists everything is going well in terms of the discussions over a new deal.
“It will be a tough game against Milan (on November 21), we need to win and put in a great performance. We’re doing well in Europe and have a crucial clash with Manchester City coming up. We must be focused because we want to get through to the next round as group winners.
“I’m really living my dream here. It’s fantastic to be at Juventus, playing at Juventus Stadium gives you a real boost and makes you feel at home.”