Manchester United release Zlatan Ibrahimovic amid Alvaro Morata links


A bid of about £60 million is what Real Madrid are expecting for the sale of the striker.

The Telegraph are alleging that the Spanish worldwide has agreed terms on a move to Old Trafford, with only the fee with Real Madrid to be determined between the two clubs.

He is understood to have informed Madrid's general director, Jose Angel Sanchez, that the player who scored 20 goals in all competitions last season has made a decision to leave the club in search of regular first-team football.

With Zlatan Ibrahimovic likely to be on the way out and a deal for Antoine Griezmann dead in the water, Jose Mourinho has turned his attention to the Real Madrid striker. I have not yet met the leaders of Real Madrid.

Morata has jumped back and forth between Madrid and Juventus in recent years, but is keen to play more football and not spend as long on the sidelines as he did in the season just gone.

Morata is a fine player but Kane is genuinely world-class.

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The announcement came a week after Benfica said they had agreed to sell the 23-year-old to City for €40 million (S$62 million). Mourinho has specific profiles that he likes to target and Morata certainly fits into his style of play, as he is an intelligent physical striker who can lead the line on his own.

Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho seems hell bent on a reunion with Morata at Old Trafford as he seeks a replacement for top goalscorer Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

Jose Mourinho has identified Morata as his primary attacking target for this summer after France global Antoine Griezmann confirmed he will not be leaving Atletico Madrid.

Morata has only started 14 games for Madrid this season and is said to have found his lack of playing time extremely frustrating.

Morata's agent, Juanma Lopez, confirmed his client's wishes, saying, "He doesn't want to go through another season like that".