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‘Who would not like it’ – Chelsea player admits he could leave in January

Bright Okafor

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Chelsea and Spain striker, Alvaro Morata has indirectly sent a message about his interest to Real Madrid.

The 25-year-old player said this about his return to Real Madrid:

“ Who would not like it?” Said Morata.

He also claimed that he is happy at Chelsea but he has so many years ahead in his career if God allow it.

“It is clear that Madrid are the best in the world and everyone wants to be there but I’m not envious [of Mariano].” He added.

Alvaro Morata caught the eyes of so many football clubs as a special talent who led Juventus to the final under Massimiliano Allegri in 2014/15 before returning to Real Madrid.

He joined Real Madrid with the aim of returning as the main striker, but competitions from Benzema and Asensio was too much for him to bare.

After voicing out, the Blues came for his signature when they lost Romelu Lukaku to Manchester United and Diego Costa was issued notice about not being in his then manager’s plan.

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Morata had a brilliant start to the season that the Blues were forgetting Costa too soon; including taking the match ball home when he netted a hat-trick against Stoke City.

He wasn’t too middling afterwards as he struggled under Conte’s defensive tactics.

He had wanted to leave the exit door to maybe Italy or Spain during the summer transfer after losing the opportunity to participate in Russia.

Albeit, he has not gotten the number of goals he had under Conte but it appears that Maurizio Sarri’s possessive tactics suit him. Which means he will have many options to run behind strikers instead of holding the ball for a while before locating his teammates as he did unsuccessfully under Conte.

But the question remains if he will remain in Chelsea or maybe pass through the exit door.

Okafor Bright is a B.Eng holder of Petroleum Engineering who is passionate about sports, articles and content development.