Reports: Alvaro Morata only interested in a move either to Chelsea or Manchester United
Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester United and PSG are all reported to be interested in signing the talented young Spaniard
Alvaro Morata is one of the most sought after players in this summer’s transfer window and now sources at AS claim that Morata will only move to either Chelsea or Manchester United. Although Morata’s childhood dream is to win titles with Real Madrid, but, the young Spaniard knows that he will only be second choice whilst Karim Benzema plays at Real Madrid.
The player also knows that Real Madrid want to exercise their buy-back option and sell him for a profit. Manchester United, Chelsea, Arsenal and Paris Saint-Germain are the clubs supposed to be in the running, but Morata would only prefer working with either Jose Mourinho at Manchester United or Antonio Conte at Chelsea.
Jose Mourinho was the man who handed Alvaro Morata his debut at Real Madrid and the young Spanish striker has always had nice things to say about the Manchester United manager:
“He's the one who took a chance on me and the one who made sure that I wasn't offloaded in the summer. He gave me a lot of advice which has made me a better player and I will always be grateful to him for that”, the striker said back in 2012.
Sources close to the Portuguese manager claim that the ‘special one’ himself had called and inquired Morata about his interest to play for Manchester United. Morata might earn more money if he moves to Paris Saint-Germain, but the youngster remains clear that he wants to play in a more competitive league like the Premier League.
Lucas Vasquez urges Real Madrid to sign back Alvaro Morata
Real Madrid forward Lucas Vasquez wants Alvaro Morata back at the Bernabeu permanently. Speaking to El Partido, Vasquez said:
“Hopefully Madrid re-sign Morata. He's had two exceedingly good years and if that's what the club decides it'll be good for everyone,”
Vasquez also said that it would be good if his team-mate Jese Rodriguez moved to Espanyol. He said:
“Jese? I wish him well. I'd advise him to go to Espanyol. My experience there was good, both personally and professionally, and I would recommend going there.” With Real Madrid already letting go off Cheryshev, Jese might be the next talented youngster who might move elsewhere in search of first-team opportunities.