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Profile of the Spanish footballer Alvaro Morata, who currently plays as a forward at Juventus. The 23-year old player Morata joined Juventus from and wears the number 9 shirt.

Alvaro Morata
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        (Squad number 9)

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Alvaro Morata Career
2010–2013Real Madrid B83(45)
2010–2014Real Madrid37(10)

2009Spain U176(2)
2010Spain U182(3)
2010–2012Spain U1913(11)
2013–2014Spain U2113(13)

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Alvaro Morata : Juventus News
“Brazilian midfielder Hernanes hit his maiden goal for Juve to give the hosts a half-time lead but it took until Simone Zaza's 80th minute strike, after he had replaced Alvaro Morata, for the title celebrations to really begin.”
 Comment Today
“The 24-year-old has scored five goals in 17 appearances but he has only started four of those. Zaza joined Juventus from Sassuola last summer but has been behind Alvaro Morata, Mario Mandzukic and Paulo Dybala for most of the campaign.”
 The Daily Express Today
“Juventus will continue to monitor Alvaro Morata's fitness, but a muscle tear has been ruled out following examinations. Alvaro Morata did not suffer a muscle tear during Juventus' win over Carpi on Sunday.”
 pulse.com.gh Yesterday
“Itaian football champions Juventus on Tuesday confirmed that striker Alvaro Morata hasn't suffered any muscle tear.”
 Webindia 123 Yesterday
“Juventus fans feared Alvaro Morata could have missed the Coppa Italia game against AC Milan after picking up an injury during Juventus’ 2-0 win over Carpi on Sunday.”
 CalcioMercato.com Yesterday
“Alvaro Morata has not suffered a muscular tear, Juventus have confirmed. The Bianconeri forward was substituted at half-time in the win over Carpi, and it was feared he could spend the rest of the season on the sidelines.”
 Football Italia Yesterday
““If Juventus want him then they’ll do the right thing,” Carnevali told Sky Italia. “The Bianconeri aren’t the only ones following him though.”
 The Daily Express Yesterday
“And Marotta explained that even though the decision over Morata staying at Juventus does not exclusively depend on the Turin giants, he explained that the player is keen to extend his stay at the club beyond the season.”
 La-Kabylie 2 days ago
“Alvaro Morata is the latest Juventus player to suffer muscular problems, but should be fit for the Coppa Italia Final. The striker went off during the 2-0 win over Carpi on Sunday after struggling with a thigh issue.”
 Football Italia 2 days ago
“Alvaro Morata reportedly wants to stay at Juventus after his good season in Serie A. Speaking to Mediaset Premium, he said: “We want to keep the lad and have to discuss it with Real Madrid. "Obviously, Real Madrid have everything needed to change his mind.”
 Ghana Soccemet 2 days ago
Alvaro Morata Career Honours
  • Real Madrid Castilla: Segunda Division B: 2011–12
  • Real Madrid: UEFA Champions League: 2013–14
  • Real Madrid: Copa del Rey: 2013–14
  • Juventus: Serie A: 2014–15
  • Juventus: Coppa Italia: 2014–15
  • Juventus: Supercoppa Italiana: 2015; Runner-up 2014
  • Juventus: UEFA Champions League: Runner-up 2014–15
  • Spain U21: UEFA European Under-21 Championship: 2013
  • Spain U19: UEFA European Under-19 Championship: 2011
  • Spain U17: FIFA U-17 World Cup: Third Place 2009
  • UEFA European Under-19 Championship: Golden Boot 2011
  • UEFA European Under-21 Championship: Golden Boot 2013, Team of the Tournament 2013
  • UEFA Champions League: Team of the Season 2014–15

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    Rubinho Emil Audero
    Neto Gianluigi Buffon
    Stephan Lichtsteiner Patrice Evra
    Alex Sandro Andrea Barzagli
    Martin Caceres Daniele Rugani
    Giorgio Chiellini Leonardo Bonucci
    Juan Cuadrado Hernanes
    Roberto Pereyra Kwadwo Asamoah
    Simone Padoin Stefano Sturaro
    Sami Khedira Claudio Marchisio
    Paul Pogba Mario Lemina
    Simone Zaza Mario Mandzukic
    Alvaro Morata Paulo Dybala