Ibrahimovic spent one year at Old Trafford and helped the sides to win League Cup and Europa League but the United’s officials believe that they do not require his services further.
Morata who has been in link with a move to Premier League several times over the past few years is finally set to seal the deal.
Arsenal were strongly interested in the Spaniard but with no Champions League football next season they failed to attract big names.
Morata scored 20 goals in 43 appearances plus lifted La Liga and Champions League trophies for Real Madrid in the recent season.
Morata’s agent has confirmed that the deal between the player and club has been agreed but both the clubs will soon settle on a transfer fee. Man United have splashed money in the past, they would not hesitate to splash again.
The 24-year-old is eyeing for a regular spot at Manchester United which will help him to get an important role for Spain in next year’s World Cup.
Romelu Lukaku was also linked with the club but he is expected to complete his move to his former club Chelsea.
Columnist: Stevan Jones,is a Premier League fan, watches every big game and writes transfer news of every top club. See all his articles