- Alvaro Morata has agreed personal terms to join Manchester United
- His agent says the player is waiting on Real Madrid to agree a move
- He was Madrid's second highest goalscorer last season behind Ronaldo
Alvaro Morata is waiting on Real Madrid to make a decision on whether he will be sold to Manchester United, his agent has confirmed.
The Red Devils had a €60 million bid for the attacker rejected last week, with Jose Mourinho's side said to be planning a new offer.
The agent Juanma Lopez confirms contact saying Madrid will have to make a decision.
"Manchester United? They are a club with great glamour, a very interesting option," Lopez said to CalcioMercato.com.
"I can say that their proposal is a very, very important one and now the decision rests with Real. I cannot say [if a deal will be closed soon] – we will see."
Lopez also confirmed AC Milan were interested in Morata until they decided to sign Porto striker Andre Silva.
"Yes, there was frequent contact with us until a few days ago – I can confirm that," added Morata's representative.
"Quite simply, Real Madrid considered the Rossoneri's offer to be unsatisfactory."
Morata started 14 Liga games last season scoring 15 goals, with Lopez saying his client wanted to find a situation where he would play more games.
If Morata joins, he becomes the second player to do so after Victor Lindelof who United have signed from Benfica.
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