There have been hundreds of Arsenal rumours linking us with a move for the Real Madrid youngster Alvaro Morata, but Los Blancos have been very reluctant to allow such a promising talent to move away from the Bernabeau, unless it is simply a temporary solution.
There have been suggestions that could join Arsenal, but give Madrid a buy-back option for the next two years, but now it seems that the Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti will be pleased to let him go for one season to give him some regular football, but it doesn´t sound like he will sanction a permanent move.
Ancelotti said in the Mirror: “The player wants to play more minutes and the club agrees.
“If he could find the chance of playing it would be good that he had the chance for a year.
“If Morata goes then we’ll have to think about signing a similar striker with the same characteristics, a youngster.”
We all know Wenger is very keen to bring Morata to the Emirates, and perhaps a one-year loan would give Yaya Sanogo the chance to develop into a clinical finisher.
Should Arsenal go for a short-term deal for Morata?