Real willing to negotiate for young Spanish striker.
Real Madrid could be willing to lower their asking price for young striker and Arsenal target Alvaro Morata if a buy-back clause is included in the deal, according to Spanish publication AS.
The 21-year-old is being targeted by a whole host of top clubs this summer after impressing in limited appearances for Madrid in the 2013/14 season, as he is rumoured to be keen on moving to secure more regular first-team football.
Arsenal were initially linked with a loan move for the player back in the January transfer window, but have now been quoted a fee of around £24.1m for the Spaniard, or a reduced price if Los Blancos can secure an option to buy the player back in the future.
It is thought that Madrid could be willing to accept an offer as low as £14.5m with the option of a buy-back clause, and this could alert the likes of Juventus, Inter Milan and Wolfsburg to his availability as well.
Arsenal have long been in the market for new signings upfront as they found themselves overly reliant on Olivier Giroud for much of this season, and Morata is one of several names believed to be among Arsene Wenger’s top targets in that position.
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