Real Madrid field €20m Premier League bid for Arsenal & Liverpool target

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Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti has already rejected a €20m bid for strike starlet Alvaro Morata this month and will snub any fresh bids for the Spanish sharpshooter, according to leading FIFA agent Ernesto Bronzetti.

Morata's short-term future has been the subject of persistent speculation throughout the past three weeks, with Arsenal, Liverpool, Tottenham Hotspur and Inter Milan all monitoring the forward's progress with a view to a loan deal.

Inter are believed to be keen on a permanent deal as they look to rebuild under new ownership, but when quizzed on Morata's future Bronzetti revealed that Ancelotti has big plans for the youngster and has already turned down a formal offer from an unnamed Premier League club for the 21-year-old.

Bronzetti told Sport Mediaset: "Ancelotti is crazy about Morata and he’s in his plans for the future.

“So much so that, a few days, ago, he said no to a €20m offer from a team in England.”

Both the Gunners and Liverpool are thought to view Morata as potentially potent strike cover as we head into the business end of the campaign, although they have been unable to convince Ancelotti that a stint in the Premier League will help harness his talent at this early stage of his career.

Ancelotti has called on Morata 15 times in all competitions so far this season, with the youngster making a mark on the Los Blancos first team with a pair of La Liga goals against Levante and Almeria.

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