Morata reaches agreement with Manchester United, Madrid want a better offer

Man Utd and Chelsea target Morata closes in on exit- personal terms agreed with club

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I have not yet met the leaders of Real Madrid.

The Red Devils are set to go back with a £60 million bid for the forward after failing with an offer of £52.3 million.

"He (Morata) does not want to do a season like this again".

Now Morata's agent says a decision on the striker's next move will be made soon.

According to the Telegraph, Morata has agreed terms with United and is just waiting for Jose Mourinho's side to negotiate a fee with Real Madrid.

A queue of clubs, including the likes of AC Milan, Chelsea and Arsenal, are thought to be keeping tabs on the Spain worldwide, and his agent Juanma Lopez stressed that Morata needs more playing time.

Later in June 2016, Real Madrid exercised on a buy-back clause to bring Morata back from Juventus for around $34 million.

'I want to be playing and to be important to the squad, particularly next year when there is the World Cup, ' said Morata.

Man Utd and Chelsea target Morata closes in on exit- personal terms agreed with club
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"You always want to play for Spain", he said. That's normal for a striker who's scored 19 goals.

Chelsea have been keen on making a reunion happen with Lukaku for several months but both players are focusing on their worldwide matches and won't be involved in negotiations soon.

Madrid are reported to have suggested £78 million as a compromise and now that United know Morata is keen a compromise could be reached.

"He doesn't want to have another season like this one".

Morata appears to be confident of the move taking place, with Law adding he "has told friends that he expects" to join the UEFA Europa League holders this summer.

However, United believe that Real will reduce their asking price and a fee of a £60m ($76.5m) would be sufficient to convince them to sanction the sale of the player.

For someone like Pep Guardiola, who drills his players to the nth degree, and has plenty of ground to make up on last season, it represents a golden chance to work with nearly his entire squad right from beginning of preseason training camp.

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