Saturday, 5 April 2014

Arsenal hold fresh Alvaro Morata transfer talks with Real Madrid about summer deal

Spanish giants are believed to be ready to sell the striker - but want option to buy him back PLUS: Benfica full-back on Wenger's radar

Mo to say: Morata's potential transfer to Arsenal is back under discussion
Arsene Wenger is set to land Alvaro Morata – as long as he and Arsenal agree to a ‘buy-back clause’.
The Gunners have held further talks with Real Madrid about Spain Under-21 striker Morata and remain hopeful about a summer transfer.
Real are believed to be ready to do business for around £8million, on the condition they can buy Morata back at a fixed price in two years’ time.
Wenger rates the player highly and sees him as a future Emirates star.
The Londoners are likely to look at a big-name purchase as well as younger players, with Bayern Munich’s Mario Mandzukic in the frame. Nuremberg striker Josip Drmic is another target.
Arsenal have also been looking at Granada full-back Guilherme Siqueira, who is currently on loan at Benfica after being linked with Liverpool last summer.
The Mirror

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