Alvaro Morata has admitted he would return to Real Madrid despite being sold by the club less than four months ago.
The 25-year-old had two spells at the Bernabeu after Zinedine Zidane’s side exercised their buy back clause in Morata’s Juventus contract. But the Spaniard’s second stint at Real wasn’t a successs.
The Spaniard moved to Chelsea in the summer for £58million and has settled to life well in west London, scoring eight goals in 15 appearances.
But on Spanish radio station Cadena Ser, Morata revealed he would be open to a third spell at Los Blancos.
“Of course I would return to Real Madrid, but it’s complicated,” Morata told the radio’s main football programme El Larguero .
“I told the coach I wanted to play more. That I wanted to go is foolishness. I felt important for Madrid, but I wanted to play in the Champions League knockout stages.
“I’ve never said a bad word of Madrid nor will I say it. Always I wish them the best. I’m a fan of Madrid but a Chelsea player.”
The comments come as a surprise after the Blues striker claimed he was “treated like a child” during his second spell at Real.
“There were contractual agreements to be respected,” Morata told Gazetta dello Sport . “The disappointment was enormous.
“I went back to the starting point, they treated me like the child I was before the two seasons in Italy.
“I went as a child and I became a real player, I would never have left Italy and Juve, I miss Italy very much.”
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