Friday, November 10, 2017

Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata insists he would return to Real Madrid but that situation is ‘complicated’

Football news - transfers, fixtures, scores, pictures | The Sun
Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata insists he would return to Real Madrid but that situation is ‘complicated’

ALVARO MORATA has insisted he would return to Real Madrid – but that the situation is “complicated”.

The Chelsea striker has appeared to give mixed messages over his commitment to the Premier League champions.

Alvaro Morata says he would return to Real MadridRex Features

The Spaniard has said living in London is stressful – but that he would happily sign a ten-year deal with Antonio Conte’s side.

However, the former Bernabeu man has thrown his future into doubt once again by saying he still thinks about a return to the Spanish capital.

And he dismisses the notion he wanted to leave Real as “nonsense”.

Morata, who made his £65million move to Chelsea in the summer, told radio show El Larguero on Cadena Ser: “I felt important for Madrid but I wanted to play in the knockout stages of the Champions League.

The Spain striker left the Bernabeu just last summerAP:Associated Press Alvaro Morata appears to have settled well in Chelsea judging by his performances on the pitchRex Features

“I told the coach I wanted to play more, to say that I wanted to go is nonsense.

“The critics do not affect me. Of course, I would return to Real Madrid but it’s complicated.”

And Morata further explained the difficulties he suffered when moving to a new country, before thanking wife Alice Campello for helping him.

He said: “When I arrived I got used to not having time to think much. At the beginning it was not all the good that was expected.

Alvaro Morata has previously said he would sign a ten-year deal with ChelseaRex Features It remains to be seen how long Antonio Conte and Alvaro Morata will work together at Stamford BridgeRex Features

“My wife has helped me a lot. Before, when I was lost, I was locked in my thoughts.

“Now I have a calmer life [but] there is more traffic than in Madrid.

“I miss the weather but the sun rises, even if it’s [for] half an hour.”

Morata then went onto explain what it’s like working under Conte versus Zinedine Zidane.

He said: “The difference between Conte and Zidane is not so much. Conte is very passionate, he’s a winner, what you see is what you get.

“Zidane is a winner, and he does it his way.”


Post a Comment

Powered by Blogger.