Alvaro Morata does not want to play second fiddle at Real Madrid and will listen to offers from Arsenal and other interested clubs.
The Spain international is heading back to Real Madrid after they exercised a buy-back clause in his contract at Juventus, but he may not stay at the Bernabeu for long.
Real are ready to sell for a huge profit, while Spanish football expert Guillem Balague says the player will not be willing to warm the bench for Los Blancos next season.
The Gunners, Chelsea and Manchester United are all keen, and Balague says the player will be open to offers.
“In terms of his future, Morata has gone back to Real Madrid but it doesn’t end there,” Balague told Sky Sports. “He is currently a replacement for Karim Benzema but he doesn’t want to be just a fourth striker.
“His agent has confirmed that he will listen to offers, and we will have to see if Real Madrid do the same.
“The offers come from England; Chelsea, Arsenal and Manchester United would like to have him so now it’s down to Real Madrid if they want to sell him.”