Manchester United are preparing to make a move for Spanish striker Alvaro Morata, but it may not be his current club Juventus who will be the recipients of a cash windfall. According to Spanish daily football publication Marca, Morata's former club Real madrid plan to activate a 32€ buyback clause that they inserted in the Spaniard's contract before he was allowed to move to Turin. The Spanish giants would then add a further 18€ on to his price tag before letting him move to Old trafford for 50€ million. The 23-year-old striker had a banner first season with the Italian Champions and was pivotal in getting them to the Champions League final. This season however things have not gone as well with new signings Mario Mandzukic and Paulo Dybala being preferred by trainer Massimiliano Allegri. For us here at Soccer Transfers Morata remains a quality striker, who given the right environment should do well, but we are unsure about the 50€ million though and think that 45€ million is a more realistic price for United to pay.

After a season where Arsenal failed to live up to the expectations of the fans to lift the Premier League trophy, there have been huge calls for a worthy striker to lead the line for the next season.

And all eyes are on Juventus striker Alvaro Morata. The player who joined from Real Madrid is top of Arsene Wenger’s transfer list as the Arsenal coach is looking to beef up his squad in preparation to challenge for more honours next season.

Arsenal who, for the first half of the season looked like they’ll win the Premier League title, faltered badly in the second half of the season. In rhe light of this, the North London side chief executive Ivan Gazidis has told the fans that the club will conduct an end of term review following their defeat to win the Premier League.

Arsenal have a long term interest in Juventus forward Alvaro Morata. But whenever the player becomes available, the North London side won’t be the only club in the market for the Spaniard.

And if they don’t get the Spaniard, Inter Milan striker Mauro Icardi is also a prominent feature on Arsenal’s list of potential new strikers, but his £35million price tag could prove prohibitive.

The fans will be looking forward to how this will turn out because they seem to have had enough of Arsenal’s (and especially Arsene Wenger’s) shortcomings.