Alvaro Morata could be on his way from Real Madrid, according to reports.
The forward is said to be unhappy at the Bernebeu and could be on his way to England if things do not change at the end of the season.
The Spanish international returned to the club last year after the club triggered a clause in his contract with Juventus. Morata was successful at Juventus but agreed to a return to the defending Champions League side. However, he has struggled since his return, with Diario Gol reporting that the drop in form at the club and Manager Zinedine Zidane’s insistence on Karim Benzema as the first choice irrespective of form the player would exit Madrid.
Morata has managed to get nine goals despite few playing time and is rumoured to be near highest levels of dissatisfaction. A lot of Premier League and La Liga side would sign him at the slightest chance they get. When the player reportedly voiced his unrest at the club the president Florentino Perez asked that any interested club offer over £50 million for his services.
This can still only happy when the club’s transfer ban would be lifted so the club can get replacements.
Whilst Morata is considering moving to the Emirates, Manchester City are stepping up their interest in Hector Bellerin. Pep Guardiola wants to transform Etihad but wants the right talent.
Bellerin is one of the best full backs so Guardiola wants him, amongst other top sides. However with the player agreeing a new deal recently the club has a mountain to climb if they want to lure him. Barcelona tried unsuccessfully to sign him but Man City are persisting especially after their defensive woes all season.