Chelsea, Man Utd strike target agrees Milan move

According to Spanish newspaper AS, Real Madrid Manager Zinedine Zidane wants striker Álvaro Morata to stay at the club in spite of the barrage of rumours linking him to an exit from the Spanish champions.

AC Milan are now prepared to sit down for talks with Real Madrid in the coming weeks and are ready to table a bid worth €60m for the Spain worldwide.

However, Morata is said to be frustrated with a lack of starter opportunities due to the unmovable figure of Karim Benzema.

His destiny will apparently be decided after the Champions League finals, when Morata will sit down with his representatives to discuss what he should do with his career.

In this endeavour, they are likely to go in for a umber of big money signings this year - and it's all set to start with Real Madrid's on-fire Alvaro Morata.

The popular Spanish radio station later added that Manchester United were also in the mix after Jose Mourinho personally called the Real Madrid star to sell him on a move.

The Rossoneri have been linked with the Spanish global in the past, but it was thought he preferred a move to the Premier League.

According to the Gazzetta dello Sport, the big Spaniard has grown exhausted of either Premier League side making an offer and is ready to say "yes" to Milan, who will pay him an annual salary of £6.5m.

Yet previous reports claimed that Morata would like to steer clear of Italy out of respect for Juventus. Portal "Transfermarket" assures that the Spaniard claimed, "Borussia" D, "Manchester United" Chelsea, Tottenham and former club player "Juventus". Furthermore, in addition to his familiarity with Serie A, he is about to get married to an Italian woman.

  • Julie Sanders