Arsenal and Manchester United target Alvaro Morata has indicated that he is not in a hurry to make a decision on his future and is comfortable to remain with current club Juventus beyond the summer. The Spain international striker is currently with the national team preparing for Euro 2016 and admits his focus is completely on helping his nation – as they seek their third consecutive Euro title - at this summer's tournament.
The 23-year-old forward was keen to sort out his future before the start of the tournament after various reports suggested he will be on the move in the summer. According to Marca, Real Madrid were planning to execute their buyback clause and bring him back to the Santiago Bernabeu only to sell him on a profit to the highest bidder.
Arsenal were said to have made the highly rated forward their priority target before turning their attention to Jamie Vardy. Apart from the Gunners, Manchester United and Chelsea have also been credited with interest, with Spanish publication Marca suggesting that the Red Devils are prepared to pay upwards of €60m (£47.3m, $67m) to bring the striker to Old Trafford.
Spain begin their Euro 2016 campaign on 13 June when they take on the Czech Republic, and the striker has made it clear that he is no longer thinking of his future. Juventus are keen to retain him beyond the summer, but manager Massimiliano Allegri has admitted that they are looking at alternatives should he depart the Turin club.
"I'm relaxed because I am under contract with Juve and I feel very at home there. I am a Juve player until someone says otherwise. This tournament is important for me, and also for my team mates. It's a dream to be here and that's why I've been able to clear my mind and think only about the Euros," Morata told AS ahead of Spain's opening Euro 2016 clash.