The Spanish striker Alvaro Morata has opened up his nostalgic feelings for Real Madrid. He has admitted that he would entertain a return back to Real Madrid.
He left Real Madrid to Chelsea on a transfer fee of £60 million on 19 July, 2017.
Real was his youth club that he joined in 2008 after starting out at Atletico Madrid.
He was part of Julen Loptegui’s squad to face Japan and Russia, left the Bernabeu for Chelsea in the summer having grown frustrated with lack of play time.
He has struggled for play time against the likes of Real Madrid’s top figures like Christiano Ronaldo and Karim Benzema and has just 19 appearances in his stay.
Here in Chelsea, he has featured in every available game since he debuted, except missing the defeat to Crystal Palace.
Amidst leaving Real for Chelsea, he revealed he would be prepared to take a third crack at leading the line for the club he originally joined at the age of 16.
“I felt important for Madrid, but I wanted to play in the knockout stages of the Champions League,’ he said on the radio show El Larguero on Cadena Ser.
It was claimed, that he expressed that there is difference in the cities of Real and Chelsea and a difference in the work environment with Antonie Conte compared to that of Zinedine Zidane.
“Although, the difference between Conte and Zidane is not much,” he said.
“Conte is very passionate, he is a winner. What you see is what you get. Zidane is a winner, and he does it his way”