Man Utd Reportedly Agree Personal Terms With Zlatan Ibrahimovic Replacement


Morata has been a part of the Real Madrid senior team since 2010 but he has not been able to break into the first team and even spent two seasons on loan at Juventus before returning to the club past year.

Apparently both clubs have already agreed on the terms of the 24-year old's contract as he is set to arrive Manchester United on Monday to sign the deal, which will be for a period of 5-years.

Manchester United target Alvaro Morata did agree to a possible transfer to AC Milan before changing his mind about a move back to Italy after the Champions League final, it has been claimed.

The news has been reported by Don Balon, who quote Morata as saying he thinks the Welshman would add an extra dimension to the United team next season.

With Zlatan Ibrahimovic reportedly on the way out, manager Jose Mourinho has been searching for a replacement striker and has seemingly found his man.

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The striker sent the Old Trafford faithful into meltdown, by following Paul Pogba, Juan Mata, Ibrahimovic, David de Gea, Adnan Januzaj, Ander Herrera and Wayne Rooney on Instagram.

With the World Cup in Russian Federation to take place next summer, Morata's chances of playing for Spain would surely be boosted if he was stepping out for United each week rather than sitting on Madrid's bench.

Manchester United need to bring in "flair players" during the summer transfer window, says former captain Bryan Robson. That's normal for a striker who's scored 19 goals. But, as the situation stands, his chances could get more limited at Santiago Bernabeu next season.

His agent also stated that he is looking to move clubs after starting in only 14 La Liga games last season, playing second fiddle to Karim Benzema.