Former Real Madrid president Ramon Calderon has told Sun that Both Manchester United and Morata will be very happy to strike a deal.
Manager Jose Mourinho keeps getting close to making a reunion with his Player at Real Madrid Alvaro Morata, but a no deal has been reached yet.
Morata was out of favour under Zinedine Zidane last season and he his desperate for a move as he looks to secure his spot in Spain Squad for the next year upcoming World-Cup. Man United gaffer is keen on offering him more playing time, even despite the availability of some top aces including new signing Victor Lindelof. He said as quoted by The Sun:
“He hasn’t played and it’s the kind of deal and agreement which is great for all sides. The player, Manchester United and Real Madrid.
“All parties will be very happy with the deal.”
It was understood that Real Madrid Manager Zinedine Zidane wants to keep the 24-year-old in Spain but the Striker wants regular playing time and Mourinho is offering him that.
The Spain international is capable of playing as a main striker or linking up play between the lines, and can even play out wide on the wing, which make him adapt quick in Old Trafford no matter the wing he gets Morata who made a total of 20 goals for Real Madrid in 43 appearances should be able to fit in easily.