Milan pursuing Alvaro Morata: Negotiations underway


Milan have  entered into negotiations with Alvaro Morata’s representatives, signaling their serious interest in the Spanish striker. The former Juventus player has emerged as a concrete target for the Rossoneri as they look to bolster their attacking options for the upcoming season[.

Calciomercato report that Despite recently rejecting a lucrative offer from Al Qadisiyah in Qatar worth €45 million over three years, Morata’s commitment to Atletico Madrid appears to be wavering. The call from Milan has reportedly planted seeds of doubt in the Spaniard’s mind, given his affinity for Italy from his time at Juventus.

A key factor in Milan’s pursuit is the €13 million release clause in Morata’s contract with Atletico Madrid. The Rossoneri are willing to trigger this clause, making the financial aspect of the transfer relatively straightforward.

However, the negotiations are not without challenges. The primary hurdle is Morata’s current salary. Milan’s technical director Moncada and club legend Ibrahimovic have requested a significant reduction from Morata’s current €6 million annual wage. Encouragingly, there seems to be an openness to dialogue on this front.

Interestingly, reports from Spain suggest that Zlatan Ibrahimovic himself has reached out to Morata to gauge his interest in joining Milan. This personal touch could prove influential in swaying the striker’s decision.

While Morata is a priority target, Milan is keeping their options open. The club continues to monitor other potential signings, including Zirkzee Notably, Morata is reportedly open to the idea of another striker joining alongside him, should he make the move to San Siro.


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