Atletico Madrid striker has decided to join Roma despite Inter Milan also considering a move to sign him.

This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, via FCInterNews, who report that the Spanish former Juventus, Chelsea, and Real Madrid striker is ready to sign a four-year contract with the Giallorossi.

Morata’s experience in Serie A makes the 30-year-old an attractive target for several big clubs in Italy.

Inter are among the teams tracking the Atletico striker.

Nerazzurri coach Simone Inzaghi is reportedly an admirer, making the Spaniard the first choice in attack. This comes after Inter abruptly pulled the plug on talks to sign Romelu Lukaku.

That leaves the Nerazzurri scrambling to come up with alternative targets.

The Corriere note that Morata is close to signing a contract extension with Atletico Madrid that will see his release clause drop.

Whilst the clause is currently at a fee of around €20 million, it will soon be €12 million.

Inter are thinking about trying to take advantage. According to the Corriere, however, they will likely miss out.

Alvaro Morata Chooses Roma Despite Inter & AC Milan Interest

According to the Corriere, Morata has already made up his mind.

The Spaniard and his representatives have been in talks with Roma Sporting Director Tiago Pinto.

The Giallorossi have presented Morata with their sporting project, which looks to have convinced him. Moreover, they have made the ex-Bianconeri man a contract offer.

Roma, the Corriere reports, have offered Morata a four-year contract running until the end of June 2027.

This would see the Spaniard earn €4.5 million net per season, with €o.5 million in add-ons.

According to the Corriere, Morata is prepared to accept that offer.

Inter and AC Milan have also made their attempts to sign the 30-year-old. But, according to the Corriere, it is the Italian capital where Morata’s future lies rather than Milan.