Man United fear Real Madrid will make them pay for De Gea saga

Manchester United target Alvaro Morata has told Real Madrid he wants to leave the Champions League winners, reports David Anderson.

But Real look set to demand over £60million for the Spain striker, who wants more first-team action, because of the Reds’ refusal to sell them keeper David De Gea.

United are attempting to land Morata - who is Jose Mourinho’s top striking target - from Real and do not want to pay more £60million for the Spain hitman.

However they are concerned Real could demand in excess of this amount in retaliation for them ruling out a move for David De Gea.

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