Morata returned to Juve on loan from Atletico Madrid for the 2020-2021 season last September.
The Serie A giant has the option of bringing the 28-year-old back to Turin for the 2021-2022 campaign on loan or signing him permanently for a fee of €45million - which would be paid in instalments.
It has been reported that Morata will head back to the Bianconeri on loan at the start of a new era under Massimiliano Allegri, who replaced Andrea Pirlo last week.
Yet that is news to former Real Madrid and Chelsea striker Morata as he prepares to represent Spain at Euro 2020.
Asked about his future, he told Radio MARCA: "I don't know. I'm here. Juanma [Morata's agent] is the one who takes care of everything.
"I don't have any news and tomorrow he will call me and say: 'here you have to play'. We have a house in Madrid and there we are very well.
"In the last six or seven years, it is the summer that I am calmer. When they decide, the calmer I will be."
Morata scored 20 goals in 44 games in all competitions for a Juve said that finished fourth in Serie A.