Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has told Real Madrid that he is ready to give them his first choice goalkeeper David De Gea provided they will give him Alvaro Morata plus £22m million in their deal if he is to release the Spanish first choice goalkeeper according to reports.
Metro reported that Spanish media outfit Marca claimed that the United manager has given the Spanish champions two options if they wish to sign his first-choice goalkeeper this summer.
According to Metro, the first choice is to meet the Spain international’s €75 million (£65m) asking price, and the second is to include Morata, who Mourinho values at €50m (£43.5m), plus stump up another €25m (£21.7m).
Unfortunately, Madrid are not willing to part with Morata for anything less than €75m (£65m), given that the striker has also attracted strong interest from other top European clubs such as Chelsea and AC Milan.
On Thursday, reports in Italy had claimed that the Spain striker had reached an agreement to join the Serie A club and will sign a contract worth £125,000 a week.
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