Manchester United (England) are ready to offer €210 million to FC Real Madrid (Spain) for Portuguese forward Cristiano Ronaldo and Spanish forward Álvaro Morata, including the transfer deal for Spanish goalkeeper David de Gea, according to Tuttosport.
Real have been attempting to acquire the Spain national football squad netkeeper for the past two years.
Ronaldo is unhappy that Spanish prosecutors accuse him of tax avoidance and he does not wish to stay in this country.
Morata is dissatisfied with Real’s French manager Zinedine Zidane, who gives him less playing time than French forward Karim Benzema.
To note, Armenian national squad captain and midfielder Henrikh Mkhitaryan also plays his club football at Manchester United.