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Man Utd Transfer Update: Morata terms agreed claim, Perisic deadlock, Ronaldo talks up Reds

The Red Devils have agreed personal terms with Alvaro Morata, despite Florentino Perez’s claims there has been on contract about any of his players.

The Real Madrid president said last night neither Morata, James Rodriguez or Cristiano Ronaldo had been the subject of a formal approach.

But Sky Italia reporter Fabrizio Romano says talks are ongoing.

He tweeted: “Man Utd are still in talks with Real Madrid for Morata.

“And trying to convince F. Perez to sell him.”Agreement reached with Alvaro.”

Talks over a deal for Ivan Perisic have reached a stalemate.Manchester United have offered £26m for Perisic, Jose Mourinho is apparently unwilling to budge from that figure.Inter Milan are demanding £44m for the 28-year-old as the potential transfer grinds to a halt.

Manchester United are prepared to meet Tottenham Hotspur’s £50m valuation of Eric Dier after Jose Mourinho labelled the midfielder as one of his primary summer targets, according to reports.

It was recently reported by the Telegraph that Spurs, amid interest from the Portuguese, had placed a £50m price tag on the 23-year-old.

Manchester United have agreed a deal to sign Anderson Talisca from Benfica this summer, according to reports.

The 23-year-old has been heavily linked with a move to Old Trafford in recent months having scored 16 goals in 31 appearances during a loan spell at Besiktas last season, helping the Turkish outfit to the league title.

Nemanja Matic is keen to sign for Manchester United and reunite with his former Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho, according to The Sun.

,Real Madrid star James Rodriguez would prefer to join Manchester United over Chelsea, according to reports in Spain.

Cristiano Ronaldo still misses United, according to Spanish football expert Graham Hunter.

And Hunter says Ronaldo has been telling his former United colleagues that nothing compares to how the Premier League giants are run.He said on talkSPORT: “The first thing to say is, long prior to the tax demand, or tax accusation, €14.7m (£12.9m), Ronaldo has been making clear to ex-team-mates at United, that nothing at Real Madrid – in terms of the club, the infrastructure, the protection for the stars, the way in which the mood and the behaviour of the club is structured – nothing compares to his time at Manchester United.

“And he still laments that.”

The Real Madrid superstar has given Red Devils supporters hope of an amazing return after telling his current club he wants to leave this summer.

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