Friday 27 May 2016

Club demand £38 million to part with star-striker

Real Madrid are reportedly “ready to sell” the North London club target Alvaro Morata but are demanding at slightest £38 million if they were to bring back and then part with the striker, according to the reports from Bleacher Reports.

As base on the report from AS’ Sergio Gomez, the 23-year-old has spent the last two seasons at Juventus, but the Los Blancos look set to activate their buy-back clause to re-sign him this summer just before selling him off to the highest bidder.

According to reports from Mark Irewin from the Sun, report has it that the Real can take Morata back to Bernabeu for £24 million and are enthusiastic “get Manchester City and Chelsea involved in bidding of the Spaniard first-rate to push the price even more higher”

However, Irwin added that the North London club are leading the pack in the signing of the 23-year-old striker transfer pursuit and “are ready to meet Real’s asking price”

Also according to La Gazzetta dello Sport (via Sport Witness),
The North London club already have £45.6 million on the cards for the Spaniard – and have done for some time – though it seems unlikely given the Gunners’ history of thrift.

Conversely, the Gunners has at present bucked the trend of last summer by buying in an outfield player in Granit Xhaka – even before the opening of the transfer window – and the player did not come cheap, as per German outlet Kicker via football writer Stefan Bienkowski.
Maybe this summer, #Gunners will finally throw off the shackles of spending big at the Emirates Stadium – as per The Loose Cannon writer – Ojo Olayiwola A.
The Frenchman needs a highly rated top striker in his side as in 2015-16, the Gunners No. 1 front man, Olivier Giroud failed in making a telling impact again, bagging 16 Premier League goals during the campaign, as per, three among the France international goal came in a largely pointless final-day clash against Aston Villa.

Also according to basis from, Morata has hardly been productive in his two seasons in Juve – netting 15-goals 2,777 minutes of Serie A football, making a ratio of around one goal per every two game, an incredible performance by player of his age.

Still, with the mammoth potential that shown by the Spaniard, he is likely only to improve as he gains more experience and this can be assured of if he can move to the Emirates.

Morata also has title-winning experience; he has won the Serie A title twice with Juve and won the La Liga once with the Real.
This is not something that can be said of much of the North London club squad, and his huge contribution as Juve got to the UEFA Champions Legue final last season proved, he is a man for the big occasion, as per Squawka Dave:
Somewhere else as per Irwin, reports has it that the Gunners manager is eyeing centre-back Rob Holding of Bolton Wanderers, Gunners making a formal offer of £1.2 million in an attempt to sign the talented 20-year-old to the Emirates.
30-year-old Laurent Koscielny is the only reliable centre-back, and he could not be 99.9% relied on, which means the Gunners need to bolster their defence.

Holding on to him too much could be a terrific long-term addition to Arsenal's back four, as he showed exceptional form for the Trotters last term, winning their 2015-16 Player of the Season award.

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