Real Madrid recently activated a buyback clause to re-sign the striker from Juventus, where he’d won consecutive Serie A titles and bagged 27 goals in 93 appearances across two seasons.
But the Bernabeu outfit have been tipped to sell on the Spain international, who scored three times at Euro 2016, at a significant profit.
Arsenal are one of the clubs in the frame to take the 23-year-old off Real Madrid’s hands.
Arsene Wenger has made no secret of his desire to sign another front man this summer, already activating Jamie Vardy’s £20million release clause and confirming Takuma Asano’s arrival from Japanese football.
And according to AS, the Gunners are ready to double Morata’s Juventus salary from around €4million to €9million to ensure he moves to the Emirates this summer.
However, there is still a chance Morata will stay in the Spanish capital, provided Los Blancos can guarantee him regular football for next season.