World class striker's agent confirms offer from Premier League club
Manchester United have made a ‘very important offer’ for Real Madrid striker Alvaro Morata, according to the player’s agent, per Sky.
Morata, 24, is said to be looking to leave Real just a year after rejoining the club from Juventus, because of a lack of regular first team football.
United are just one of a number of clubs reportedly interested in the player, who they had reportedly already bid for. But news of a £52million offer last week was seems a little premature.
Jose Mourinho gave Morata his debut in his first spell in Madrid, and he looks set to chase a reunion following the latest comments from the player’s representative, Juanma Lopez
“It’s a club with a lot charm, a very interesting option,” Lopez said of United.
“I can say that there’s a very important offer and the decision now rests with Real.”
“I cannot tell (if an agreement is close), we’ll see.”
The Red Devils are interested in signing a striker this summer after releasing Zlatan Ibrahimovic and cooling their interest in Antoine Griezmann.