As intense speculation continues to surround his club future, Alvaro Morata has put footballing matters to the back of his mind for the weekend after tying the knot with his fiancee in Venice.
The headline on the front page of the paper claims that Manchester United are gearing up to offer Real Madrid €210 million plus Spanish worldwide keeper David De Gea for Cristiano Ronaldo and Alvaro Morata.
Morata is expected to leave the Santiago Bernabeu to embark on a new experience in England.
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But according to Spanish outlet Don Balon, Perez has blocked Morata's his move to Old Trafford with a delay of at least two weeks likely.
Morata's agent, Juanma Lopez, has confirmed the Red Devils have made a significant offer for the striker as they look to replace last season's top scorer, Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
United have already got their first signing through the door in the form of Swedish defender Victor Lindelof, who signed from Benfica for just under £40m.
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However, there could be a late twist in the tail as the Express are quoting journalist Josep Pedrerol as telling TV show El Chiringuito that Chelsea are set to make a late hijack attempt to snare Morata from under United's noses.
It is understood that Conte tried to sign Morata again for Chelsea last summer.
Insane proposal from Manchester United for Ronaldo and Morata (€210m plus goalkeeper De Gea) moves Donnarumma away from Real Madrid.
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