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Mourinho told United’s leaders his priorities for this summer

The Red Devils’ manager wants to end the transfer of the Real Madrid striker, Alvaro Morata, in order to make it available on Saturday in the training center.

Morata’s managers in Madrid on Monday spoke to the royal club leaders about their client’s future, but it is necessary for Manchester United to launch a bigger initiative.

Mourinho, late last season with executive vice president Ed Woodward has determined the positions in the team he wants to step up, but for now only Victor Lindelof from Benfica has come from all the priorities. And while the “Special” wants reinforcements before the team to lead the three-week tour, it will have to wait and other clubs to first bring their reinforcements, and then buy.

Chelsea’s move with Monaco over the transfer of the midfielder TiemouĂ© Bakayoko, and the conclusion of that deal would open the door to Nemanja Matic at Old Trafford. Manchester United needs a spike in the attack, especially after Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s departure, and since Rooney’s future is questionable, Alvaro Morata is indispensable at this point.

However, Rooney could leave “Old Trafford” by August 31 if new reinforcements are made, and Everton is referred to as a potential new team for the experienced striker.

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