Worryingly for United, who want Morata to replace Zlatan Ibrahimovic, AC Milan are now on the trail of the Spaniard and have already tabled a £70m bid.
Ideally, United want Morata to to join in the next few days in order for him to be able to report for Pre-Season training with the rest of the squad on 8th July.
Other reports have claimed that United are now offering €74m for Morata - in spite of what Perez is insisting on - but Los Blancos are confident of getting between €85m and €90m if they are to sell him.
Manchester United have been in talks with Real Madrid, but Perez indicated that intermediaries are at behind work and he is yet to be part of any direct negotiations with the Premier League giants. No, I do not think so, honestly.
Meanwhile, reports suggesting Chelsea are keen to hijack United's bid to sign Morata are not concerning Old Trafford officials, who believe they are the only team in the frame to sign Morata. We are still in June and until 31 August there is no need to hurry.
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"I have read that we have reached an agreement I do not know how many million times, but it isn't true".
One Real player who United might have better luck with is South American playmaker James Rodriguez.
It has been said that Real Madrid are also keen on negotiating the departure of the Colombian global for around €75m after he has struggled for regular time during the 2016-2017 season.