Álvaro Morata played in the youth of Atlético Madrid and Getafe before he made the transition to Real Madrid’s academy in 2008. The attacker would eventually play 95 matches in the first team and nowadays comes out for Chelsea. Yet he will never put Real out of his mind.
Of course I would like to return to Real Madrid, but it’s hard “, according to 25-year-old Morata-san in an interview with Cadena Ser,” It’s also nonsense to say that I wanted to leave. I only told the coach that I wanted to play more. I felt important, but I also wanted to take action in the knock-out phases of the Champions League.
The 22-fold international of Spain adds in the interview he still stands behind his choice to go to Chelsea, although he had to get used to it for a while. In London, for example, the weather is often more gloomy than in Madrid. As far as trainers are concerned, Morata noticed little difference, he says:”The difference between Antonio Conte and Zinédine Zidane is not big”.
Conte is very passionate, he is a winner. What you see is what you get. Zidane is also a winner and does it in his own way,”concludes Morata, who has so far played fifteen official matches for Chelsea, bringing up to eight goals and three assists. The next match for the Blues is on November 18th, when they visit number sixteen West Bromwich Albion.
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