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15 July 2017, 08:18 | Rodolfo Wallace
The 24-year-old striker is now with Real Madrid in the United States for their pre-season preparations and there are suggestions that Zinedine Zidane would not mind having him in his squad next term.
The west London side were thought to be closing in on a deal to sign Romelu Lukaku before the Everton striker completed a surprise £75m switch to Manchester United. "And we didn't arrive at an agreement with Real Madrid".
Mourinho is apparently looking to beef up his midfield options for the upcoming season and believes the 28-year-old would be the flawless player to eventually replace the ageing Michael Carrick.
It's no secret that United and Real were negotiating about Morata this summer, but they just couldn't hammer out a deal. We were interested. That's obvious, it was public knowledge but we didn't reach an economic agreement. Matic is a Chelsea player and we have to respect the player, the club, the owner, the manager.
"It is a right of Madrid to ask for their players the amount they want".
"But I don't want to say that because everything is so hard I wouldn't like to be in Ed Woodward's position negotiating because everything is really hard".
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