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Confirmed: Chelsea, Arsenal and United world class striker target has offers from England


Real Madrid striker Alvaro Morata has confirmed that he has received a number of important offers from English Premier League clubs.

As reported last week, Arsenal are in pole position to secure the services of the Spain international, news also confirmed by Cadena Cope's Arancha Rodriguez this morning.

But they will face competition from Chelsea, Manchester United, Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid, who might decide to keep the player at the Santiago Bernabeu.

"It's clear that [staying at Madrid] is what I'd most like," Morata told AS.

"That's my desire, to win things at Madrid.

"But at Madrid there are great players, and what I want is to play and to feel important.

"Next year I will play in the team that I have the most opportunities in.

"There are some offers from England that are tempting, not only because of the contract.

"I think that for my style of play, the Premier League would be a great place to go.

"I'm not saying that I want to leave Juventus, which is a team that I can only speak well of. I'm saying that going to the Premier League wouldn't be a backwards step."

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