Private jet from Madrid lands in Manchester amid Alvaro Morata speculation

Posted June 30, 2017

Manchester United have chased the Colombian for a while, but have struggled to convince Real, and are also in the race for Alvaro Morata.

Manchester United have been in talks with Real Madrid, but Perez indicated that intermediaries are at behind work and he is yet to be part of any direct negotiations with the Premier League giants.

But the Wales worldwide remains a key member of Zidane's squad, although he could be saying goodbye to Alvaro Morata shortly.

Morata, 24, has been heavily linked with a move to United in recent weeks, with the Spain international's agent Juanma Lopez having said his client could leave Madrid this summer to gain more regular football.

Isco, 25, was a rotational player for Real Madrid last season as Gareth Bale started ahead of him for the first half of the season. I'm not going to deny any of that.

But the Daily Star claims Bale could eventually make the move to Old Trafford, with Jose Mourinho's side his preferred destination should he leave the Santiago Bernabeu.

"I have read that we have reached an agreement for I don't know for how many millions, but it is not true".

It has been said that Real Madrid are also keen on negotiating the departure of the Colombian worldwide for around €75m after he has struggled for regular time during the 2016-2017 season. "We will do the best for the club according to what the manager and the sports management want", Perez said.

"He is at Madrid. we have to match the interests of the players with ours, but prevailing those of Madrid".