According to reports, Real Madrid youngster Alvaro Morata is a summer target for another Premier League club. This time it is Manchester United who are expected to make a strong bid for the Spanish youngster.

This is not the first time that the reports have linked the out of favour forward with a Premier League move. In the previous summer transfer window, the striker was linked to Arsenal and Tottenham. Both potential deals failed.

Real Madrid are aware of the situation and are trying their best to stop the player from leaving, as he is one of the very few talented players who has come up from their youth academy. The Spanish giants are also trying to meet his demands by giving him the playing time whenever possible.

The 21-year-old appeared quite regularly under Jose Mourinho in his last campaign at the Bernabeu but since then has found very difficult to feature in the XI, despite impressive performances as and when given a chance.

Morata's contract with the club ends in June 2015 and Madrid will at least try to make sure that he does not leave as a free agent.

With the emergence of Jese and the famous attacking trio of 'BBC' (Karim Benzema, Cristiano Ronaldo and Gareth Bale) scoring freely, it is unlikely that Morata will break in the starting XI at all. As such the Spaniard may be resigned to leaved if he is to ever play regularly.

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