Chelsea and Arsenal look set to do battle over Juventus striker Alvaro Morata, who will return to Real Madrid, before being sold again.
Real sold Morata to the Italian champions back in 2014, but insisted on a buy-back clause which allowed them to have first refusal if they paid Â£23.6million.
The Spanish giants are now set to activate that clause before immediately selling him on for a mammoth profit, with both Chelsea and Arsenal thought to be keen.
Real will ask for over Â£40million for the striker, who bagged 7 goals and provided 8 assists in Serie A this season, and reports claim that the Gunners are willing to match it.
Arsene Wenger is desperate to land a top quality striker to boost their title chances next season, but he will face competition from new Blues boss Antonio Conte.
The Italian is on the look out for a new striker and will also be willing to match the valuation, meaning it will be left to the player himself to decide where he plays his football next season.