Juventus could be set to sign Alvaro Morata on a permanent deal, only for them to cash in on him right after.
Morata is currently on loan at the Allianz Stadium after joining Juventus once again in the summer, with the Bianconeri spending €20 million in loan fees to keep him at the club over the last two seasons.
The Serbian is much younger than Morata and is showing signs of becoming one of the most prolific strikers in world football, not just Serie A.
According to a report from Calciomercato, the Bianconeri know that Morata is wanted by a host of clubs, particularly Tottenham Hotspur, and so they could make the transfer permanent and then immediately sell him to the English club.
Juventus would make a significant amount of profit from this move, as they would sign him for €35 million and potentially sell him for around €50 million.
While this would be a brilliant deal for Juve, it remains to be seen whether it will actually happen, with it still being unclear if he is Tottenham's priority signing, with them also wanting Vlahovic.
If Spurs do manage to sign Vlahovic, then Juventus will most likely sign Morata in order to keep him at the club.
Morata has played in seven games in all competitions so far this season, scoring three goals and also providing an assist, with Juve looking to improve on their shambolic start to the season.