Manchester United: Jose Mourinho 'Hopeful' Of Announcing Second Summer Signing This Week

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Jose Mourinho at Friends Arena, Stockholm, Sweden, May 24. Alex Grimm/Getty

Manchester United is aiming to announce the signing of Spanish striker Alvaro Morata by this week so he can join the team for a tour of the United States, according to reports.

Morata has agreed personal terms with United while Real Madrid has come to an agreement for a fee believed to be worth around £70 million ($90.7 million), according to the Manchester Evening News.

United manager Jose Mourinho wanted executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward to complete the team's summer transfer business as early as possible so the new squad can complete a full summer tour.

Swedish center back Victor Lindelof has already signed from Benfica in a deal said to be worth £31 million, and now Morata looks likely to complete his move before the team departs on Sunday.

In La Liga last season, Morata scored 15 goals in 14 appearances for Real Madrid, helping the team to the domestic title and Champions League trophy.

Mourinho reportedly wanted to strengthen four key areas of his team this summer, providing a list for Woodward at the end of last season.

Lindelof brings depth to the defense while Morata would be a direct replacement for Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who was released by the club at the end of last season.

United is also expected to complete the signing of Nemanja Matic from Chelsea, with the Serbian midfielder set to play alongside Paul Pogba. Chelsea is waiting on the arrival of Monaco's Tiemoue Bakayoko before completing the deal.

Ivan Perisic, of Inter Milan, is believed to be the fourth target for Mourinho and United, and the Portuguese boss has pushed for deals to be completed before the U.S. tour.

LA Galaxy, Real Salt Lake, Manchester City, Real Madrid and Barcelona are among the opponents for United.