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ATLETICO MADRID, Morata: "I want to stay put and win everything here"

07.06.2019 00.08 by Claudio Colla  read 756
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Speaking from Spanish NT training camp, 26-year old striker Alvaro Morata, who joined Atletico Madrid, from Chelsea, during last winter window, clarified he would be happy to stay put with Colchoneros: "Signing for Atletico was the best thing that could happen to me. I want to stay put, and win everything for the club, as a key man. Anyway, according to the agreement terms, Blues might call me back to duty". Atletico Madrid would have to pay 56 million euros out, if buying former Juventus and Real hitman back.

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