Real Madrid admit Morata wants Manchester United move

The Manchester United has been sunning himself with new wife Alice Campello in Formentura

The Manchester United has been sunning himself with new wife Alice Campello in Formentura

Real Madrid superstar Cristiano Ronaldo is reportedly the reason for the hold-up Alvaro Morata's move to Manchester United.

Perez, speaking to El Primer Palo radio and as reported by Sky Sports, Perez also stated that stories that the two clubs had reached an agreement over a transfer were false. "I have read that we have reached an agreement for certain millions but nothing of this is true".

Manchester United manager, Jose Mourinho is in the market for a recognized striker, as the club have released Zlatan Ibrahimovic and are willing to listen to offers for legendary striker, Wayne Rooney who has shown massive signs of decline at almost 32.

James joined Real Madrid from Monaco in a big-money move in 2014, but his game time was limited last season.

Perez said the back-to-back Champions League winners had considered signing the France worldwide, but decided he was not needed in their first XI. "We have not needed Pogba".

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"He is one of the best players in the world", he told esRadio.

The Real Madrid and Spain striker has spent the past week in Ibiza following his wedding to Italian model, Alice Campello, in Venice 11 days ago.

"It is a shame if he leaves, but I have always said that it is an enrichment factor for our football that our players have been able to go overseas and have been able to play".

Dermot Corrigan is a Madrid-based football writer who covers La Liga and the Spain national team for ESPN FC.

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