Álvaro Morata has recently sold all of his shares in Manolo Bakes, a popular pastry company that he co-founded in 2017. This decision marks the end of his involvement with the company, and the exact financial details of the transaction have not been disclosed. The footballer, who is currently enjoying a happy personal life with his partner Alice Campello and their four children, has made this move after careful consideration.
On the field, Morata has been performing well for Atlético de Madrid, scoring a total of 19 goals in 27 games across all competitions. He also serves as the captain of the Spanish national team, where he continues to impress with his skills and goal-scoring abilities.
Recent reports have suggested that Morata has acquired the entire pastry company, but in reality, he has completely divested from the business. While the specific financial details are not public, the success of Manolo Bakes in recent years indicates that the transaction has likely been beneficial for the footballer.
Manolo Bakes is known for its signature product, ‘Manolitos’, a smaller-than-usual croissant available in various flavors. The exact recipe for these pastries is a closely guarded secret, and the company’s success has led to plans for expansion. By the end of 2024, Manolo Bakes aims to have 70 locations, with over 40 already established in cities such as Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia, Coruña, Valladolid, Seville, Zaragoza, and Santander.
In addition to Morata, other footballers such as the Fernández brothers, Nacho and Alex, as well as Thiago Alcántara, have also been associated with the company at various points. Despite Morata’s departure, Manolo Bakes continues to thrive and looks set to expand its presence in the market.
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