Chelsea Superstar forward Alvaro Morata has disclosed that he is open to going back to his former side Real Madrid, from whom he signed for Chelsea in the last summer transfer window.
Though, Chelsea fans have nothing to fear about, as the Spain international striker is not planning to return to his boyhood team just yet — the striker wants to win a couple of silverware at Chelsea first.
Discussing with AS as cited by Evening Standard, the Chelsea forward said he would go back – but only after he has win trophies with the club and made his mark at Stamford Bridge.
He admits that it is very difficult to turn down Real Madrid when you are a Madridista. But confirmed it won’t happen anytime soon, although he admitted you never know. He said a move to Madrid is not something he is thinking about because he is happy in the City of London.
Alvaro Morata left the Spanish Ligue 1 side Real Madrid for the second time in his football career in the summer, to become the Blues record signing — the striker had previously left Real for Serie A champions Juventus before returning to the Spanish Club last campaign.
Morata netted 20 goals for Real in 2016-17 season before joining the Blues for a transfer fee of more than £50 milllion.