The Spain international forward has impressed since moving to the Serie A champions in 2014 and los Blancos may look to pay €30 million to bring him back to the club
Real Madrid may look to bring Juventus forward Alvaro Morata back to Santiago Bernabeu, claims club president Florentino Perez.
The striker joined the Serie A champions in the summer of 2014 and excelled in his first season in Turin as Massimiliano Allegri lead his side to the Champions League final.
As part of the original agreement, Madrid can re-sign the Spain international for €30 million (£21.9m) at the end of the 2015-16 campaign, though reports have suggested that Juve are keen to renegotiate so as to keep hold of the youngster.
But Perez hinted that los Blancos will look to re-sign him despite the extra cost.
“He’s getting better and we could bring him back to Madrid,” he told Marca.
“At the end of the season we can pay Juventus €10m more than what we received from the Bianconeri and take him back to Real Madrid.”