(This name uses Spanish naming customs: the first or paternal family name is Morata and the second or maternal family name is Martín.) Álvaro Borja Morata Martín (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈalβaɾo moˈɾata]; born 23 October 1992) is a Spanish professional footballer who plays for Real Madrid and the Spain national team as a striker. He began his career at Real Madrid, making his debut with the senior team in late 2010 and going on to appear in 52 official games (11 goals), notably winning the 2014 Champions League. He moved to Juventus for €20 million in 2014, winning the domestic double of Serie A and Coppa Italia in both of his seasons before being bought back for €30 million. Morata gained 34 caps for Spain at youth level, helping the country win the 2013 Under-21 Championship. He made his senior debut in 2014, representing the nation at the Euro 2016.
How would Álvaro Morata be described?
Álvaro Morata would be described as Spanish footballer.
How tall is Álvaro Morata?
Álvaro Morata is 189 cm tall.
When was Álvaro Morata born?
Álvaro Morata was born on 23.10.1992.
What is Álvaro Morata subject of?
Álvaro Morata is subject of 1992 births, Spanish footballers, Association football forwards, Expatriate footballers in Italy, Juventus F.C. players, La Liga players, Living people, Real Madrid C.F. players, Serie A players, Madrilenian footballers, Real Madrid Castilla footballers, Segunda División players, Spain international footballers, Spain under-21 international footballers, Spain youth international footballers, Spanish expatriate footballers, Sportspeople from Madrid, Segunda División B players, Spanish expatriate sportspeople in Italy and UEFA Euro 2016 players.
Where was Álvaro Morata born?
Álvaro Morata was born in Madrid.
What is the gender of Álvaro Morata?
Álvaro Morata is male.
What was or is the position of Álvaro Morata?
The position of Álvaro Morata is or was Forward (association football).
In which teams was Álvaro Morata active?
Álvaro Morata was active in Spain Under-17, Spain Under-18, Spain Under-19, Juventus, Real Madrid Club de Fútbol, Atlético Madrid, Getafe and Real Madrid Castilla.