Álvaro Morata landed this Monday night at Turin Caselle airport, Italy, to formalize your incorporation in the next few hours to Juventus, a club he came to from Atlético de Madrid.

Morata arrived at the Turin airport after 00.15 local time (22.15 GMT) and will in all probability submit to this Tuesday medical examination prior to his signing with the team of coach Andrea Pirlo, of whom the Spanish was already a teammate precisely at Juventus from 2014 to 2015.

“Ciao Álvaro Morata” was the Juventus message posted on his Twitter account shortly after the Spanish player landed, adding afterwards that Morata is “back in town.”

The 27-year-old striker from Madrid will come to Juventus on loan for a season in exchange for ten million euros, with a purchase option set at about 45 millions, according to the Italian media.

The operation also provides for the possibility for Juventus to extend Morata’s loan for a second season in exchange for another ten million euros and to formalize an eventual permanent signing the following year for about 35 million.

This formula would allow Juventus to avoid making a significant expense this season, considering that the Turin club accumulates losses that are close to 90 million euros in this financial year.

If the operation is formalized, Morata would return to Juventus, a club in which he was already from 2014 to 2016 and with which won two titles league, in addition to losing the 2015 Champions League final against Barcelona.