Alvaro Morata has reportedly given his OK for a transfer to Roma.
The Spanish striker is reportedly being considered, along with Gianluca Scamacca, as the ideal replacement of injured Tammy Abraham.
According to the latest report by calciomercato.com, Morata has already agreed to a move to Roma following his renewal with Atletico Madrid.
In his new contract with the Soanish giants, Morata has reportedly a release clause of €10 million.
The news portal also claims that Morata has spoken to both Mourinho and Dybala and is enthusiastic at the idea of a return to Serie A.
However, before completing any signings involving sums of money, Roma will first need to sell in order to generate €30 million in revenue before June 30 as requested by UEFA FFP settlement agreement.