- Real Madrid boss Florentino Perez has told Chelsea to bring £133million for Morata and Rodriguez
- Manchester United are also heavily interested in both strikers
- NAIJ.com understands that the Real Madrid boss who is a businessman and politician does not like doing business with United
European champions Real Madrid have offered Chelsea a chance to sign Alvaro Morata and James Rodriguez in a deal worth £133million.
Reports from Spain indicate that the duo have been massively linked with Jose Mourinho’s side, but NAIJ.com understands that Real Madrid boss Florentino Perez prefers to offer the duo to the Chelsea.
Despite scoring 20 goals for Los Blancos last season, Chelsea seem to be no longer interested in Morata as they feel he is bound for United; with the player also telling his agent to "do everything possible to complete the switch".
Madrid boss Perez was said to have stylishly turned United off when he rejected two bids of £65m and £70m for Morata, demanding £80m.
It is believed that the Real Madrid president who is also a businessman and a politician does not like doing business with Manchester United, considering past difficult negotiations.
It was also gathered that there were previous troubled deals of former United players like David Beckham and Cristiano Ronaldo. The last deal involving goalkeeper David De Gea collapsed.
The Madrid boss have told Chelsea to bring £133million for Morata and Rodriguez.
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With the exit of Zlatan Ibrahimovic and imminent departure of Wayne Rooney, United are making frantic efforts to secure the services of new strikers, while Chelsea are also hunting for strikers.
NAIJ.com earlier reported that the Red Devils have officially released a statement that they have agreed terms of £75million demanded by Everton for Romelu Lukaku.
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