Real Madrid striker Alvaro Morata continues to enjoy his honeymoon with wife Alice Campello in Sardinia, even though his expected Manchester United move is in jeopardy.
Alice and Morata got married in Venice last month; the player is enjoying his honeymoon on a party island Ibiza soaking up in the sun on a yacht with wife.
The picture of his honeymoon definitely shows he is making the most of his summer break having fun and spending time with wife.
According to media reports, Manchester target and wife Alice booked to spend their honeymoon in the Four Seasons Resort which costs £3,000-£7,000 a night.
On Monday, the player’s father Alfonso Morata and agent Juanma Lopez met officials at the Bernabeu to iron out the details of the deal, which lasted nearly an hour.
Manchester United have been dealt a huge blow in their Alvaro Morata pursuit as Real Madrid have rejected their improved bid of €70m (£61.5m) for the Spanish striker, FootTheBall has learned.
According to FootTheBall sources, the Real Madrid hierarchy are now holding out for an offer of €90m (£79m) for the Spanish striker.
And after losing out on Antoine Griezmann due to Atletico Madrid’s transfer embargo, Mourinho is now keen on roping in Morata but are yet to agree in principle with Real Madrid over a deal for the Spanish striker.
FootTheBall understands that Morata, who is currently enjoying his honeymoon with wife Alice Campello, is not willing to return for Real Madrid’s pre-season campaign as he is keen on making a switch to Man Utd, but both the clubs have now failed to reach an agreement over the transfer fee.
Earlier, last month Real Madrid have turned down United’s initial £52million bid for Alvaro Morata, and it is believed that they are holding out for an offer in the region of £80m for the Spanish striker, who was not a regular figure in the first-team last season.
Man Utd launched an improved offer of €70m (£61.5m) for securing the signatures of the Spanish forward but the Los Blancos have now rejected the bid as they want to make a huge profit on Morata.
FootTheBall has now learned that the Real Madrid hierarchy are now holding out for an offer of €90m (£79m) for the Spanish striker.