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Chelsea and Manchester United target Alvaro Morata offered staggering £500,000-a-week by Tianjin Quanjian

2017-07-14 09:38:16 | Author:Gary Stonehouse | Source:THE Sun
Abstract: Real Madrid star reportedly being chased by mega-rich Chinese Super League outfit.


ALVARO MORATA is now reportedly being offered a huge deal to move to Chinese Super League club Tianjin Quanjian.


The Real Madrid star has been one of the most-talked about strikers in the world this summer with much speculation on his future.


   Alvaro Morata has reportedly been offered a huge fee to move to China


   Tianjin Quanjian have offered to pay the striker wages of £500,000-a-week


Manchester United appeared to be in the driving seat for his services before Jose Mourinho swooped to land Romelu Lukaku from Everton for £75million.


That led Chelsea to ramp up their interest in the forward as they search for a replacement for Diego Costa.


However, Onda Cero are now claiming that Morata has received a huge offer from the Far East.


The Spanish news outlet say that Tianjin are willing to pay him £26million-a-year for five seasons to join them.


But they will have to move quick to get him.


The Chinese transfer window slams shut on Friday so they will need to act fast to try and persuade Madrid to sell and the ace to make the move.


   Jose Mourinho had been interested in bringing the striker to Old Trafford


   Antonio Conte also wants to bring the striker to Chelsea


Morata currently earns just over £5m-per-year at the Bernabeu.


Despite the vast sums on offer in China, he is believed to have no interest in departing for the Far East.


Reports yesterday claimed that Morata had decided to stay and fight for his place at the Bernabeu.



He is part of the squad that will soon depart for North America and is hoping to impress Zinedine Zidane ahead of the upcoming La Liga campaign.


Morata is intent on proving the Madrid boss wrong when it comes to his preference in playing Karim Benzema.