milanlamiavita 1 year ago Bustese Milano City, Italy 4 3413 You would think that when a player has had 2-3 moves, either himself, his agent or his family would turn to him and say...listen son, maybe it would be best to buckle down, work hard and build something meaningful at one club...you don't need to move every time there is some interest or an offer. Yet the above thinking doesn't seem to apply to Morata. Real Madrid to Juventus, Juventus to Real Madrid, Real Madrid to Chelsea, Chelsea to Atleti on loan and then finally Chelsea to Atleti. All in all, Morata has amassed in excess of £160m in transfer fees alone. That's not including sign on fees, agents fees, performance bonuses, advertising income and of course, wages. And yet when you look at his record in some detail, you'll notice that since 2011, Morata has scored 15 or more league goals in only one season. Now, it seems that there is genuine interest from Juventus for the player to move back there. Whilst Atleti have rejected the bid, unbelievably, Morata seems open to the move. So my questions are as follows: Who is he? Is he really that good? Is Morata driven by playing football or just earning money? 9 years after breaking into the Real Madrid first team, what is his legacy and does he really warrant such high transfer fees?