07 June, 2017
After gaining a Champions League winners medal - it seemed like it would be the ideal final chapter in Alvaro Morata's Real Madrid career.
It's believed the bid is well short of the rumoured £78m that the Spanish and European champions want for the 24-year-old.
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Could Alvaro Morata celebrating the Champions League win be his last success with Real Madrid?
After two seasons in Italy, Real exercised the buy-back option on his contract last summer, paying £26m for Morata.
Morata was said to be closing in on a move to Milan after agreeing personal terms, but he has denied these reports and insists that it is his intention to remain at the Bernabeu. "Good competition is important if you want to be successful".
In fact, Morata has now moved on to the AC Milan and Manchester United rumor mills, with the latter supposedly making a €60m bid for him recently.
Conte has just led the Blues to their fifth Premier League title but he needs to strengthen his squad ahead of their return to the Champions League and he knows Morata well from their time together in Turin.