Morata has been heavily linked with a move to Old Trafford in recent days as Jose Mourinho looks to strengthen his attacking line-up ahead of next season.
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The photo shows the scene outside the Iranian parliament in the capital Tehran on June 7, 2017 during an attack on the complex. On Friday, however, he turned his wrath for the attacks on the United States and Saudi Arabia , his country's fiercest rivals.
This certainly makes sense, with captain Wayne Rooney increasingly becoming a periphery figure at the club and the BBC reporting that United are unlikely to offer injured Zlatan Ibrahimovic a new contract.
And reports last month suggested Bale was 'open to the possibility of moving to Old Trafford' should Real decide to cash in on him.
Although it would seem like Perez is hoping for a lot to get almost £80m for a striker who has managed just 15 league goals this season, he may not be going to mad.
Giving him his debut at Real Madrid, it's no secret that José Mourinho is a staunch admirer of Alvaro Morata.
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The Achin district in eastern Nangarhar province, where the attack took place, is also thought to be a stronghold of IS. Currently, there are more than 8,000 American troops helping the Afghan military in its fight against the Taliban.
"I'd be insane if I didn't want to stay, if I thought about playing more, I'd dedicate myself to chess or tennis".
Morata was restricted to appearances from the bench in Madrid last season, with manager Zinedine Zidane often opting for Karim Benzema despite the Frenchman's poor campaign by his standards. The Swede scored 28 goals before a devastating injury to two knee ligaments ruled him out for the remainder of next season as well as a huge chunk of next season.
Starsport understand Morata has told Real Madrid chiefs he wants out.
With the World Cup in Russian Federation to take place next summer, Morata's chances of playing for Spain would surely be boosted if he was stepping out for United each week rather than sitting on Madrid's bench.
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Mattis's speech touched off a furious reaction from Chinese military delegates attending the summit, reports said. He said, United States can not and will not accept unilateral, coercive changes to the status quo.