Alvaro Morata
Real Madrid will not use Morata in deals to bring Suarez or Isco to the Bernabeu. (Reuters)

Real Madrid have told Alvaro Morata's suitors that the Spain U21 international will remain at the club next season amid reports of interest from Liverpool.

Having played a minor role in Real Madrid's La Liga campaign last season, the 20-year-old shone in the Under-21 European Championships where he finished as top scorer with four goals.

Liverpool's Luis Suarez has indicated that we would jump at the chance to join Los Blancos this season, a move that could see Morata's first team opportunities further limited next season.

Reports earlier in the week suggested Brendan Rodgers could capitalise on this predicament and demand Real Madrid include Morata in part of any deal to bring the wantaway Uruguayan international to the Bernabeu.

But Morata himself has revealed that Real Madrid president Florentino Perez and general director Jose Angel Sanchez were immediately in contact with him after Spain's success on Tuesday to reassure him of his future.

"They called us from the club, the president and Jose Angel ," Morata said, speaking on radio show El Larguero. "They wished me luck. The president said he was very happy with me and that I was staying next year."

In a similar case to the report of Morata being used as a makeweight in a deal for Suarez, Spanish reports have also suggested the forward could be used in a deal to bring his U21 teammate Isco to the Spanish capital.

The highly rated Malaga youngster has further enhanced his burgeoning reputation with a series of sparking performances at the Under-21 tournament in Israel, and is currently considering offers from both Real and Manchester City.

The Premier League club would appear to hold a slight advantage in the chase for the 21-year-old's signature with Manuel Pellegrini, Isco's former Malaga coach, now at the helm.

"He is a great coach," Isco said of Pellegrini, the Mirror report. "He did an impressive job at Malaga and at other clubs in the past, so I have little doubt that he will succeed at City.

"It is a fact that I already know Pellegrini. I know how he works and he has played a key role in my career so far during our two years together at Malaga.

"It is a plus I already know him, but there isn't anything definitive as of yet."