Ex-Madrid president says Álvaro Morata's move to Manchester United is a done deal
Ramón Calderón believes that the transfer will be completed "imminently" and that Real Madrid, United and the player will all end up benefitting from the dealManchester United v. Manchester City live online
Former Real Madrid president Ramón Calderón is sure that Álvaro Morata's transfer to Manchester United is practically a done deal. Speaking to the Daily Express, Calderón said, "Morata isn't happy at Real Madrid, he's not playing and this is an ideal outcome for everyone: the player, Manchester United and Real Madrid."
Mourinho handed Morata his Real Madrid debut in 2010
Zinedine Zidane insists that he wants Morata in his squad for next season but the striker has been given scant playing time in his first season since returning to the club from Juventus last year. José Mourinho, who handed Morata his first team debut for Real Madrid, wants him as a first choice starter in his team. The Spain international would fill the void left by Zlatan Ibrahimovic who is moving on.
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