Spain international striker Alvaro Morata has seemed to decline to rule out a return to former club Real Madrid from Chelsea later on.
Alvaro Morata has indicated that he may consider a transfer back to the European champions later on in the wake of having signed for Chelsea the previous summer.
The 25-year-old striker joined the west London club from Real in July and has made a strong begin to his profession in west London.
Alvaro Morata has netted 10 goals and influenced four assists in the English Premier League so far this to season but has been absent with back problem as of late.
Regardless of the striker having been at Chelsea for not as much as a year, his most recent remarks about a conceivable move back to Real Madrid may stress Blues supporters.
Gotten some information about a conceivable come back to Real Madrid later on, Morata revealed to Spanish TV: “I need to regard Chelsea who have attempted for me. Furthermore, I’m exceptionally upbeat here.
“But Madrid is dependably Madrid.”
Chelsea FC will be without the harmed Morata when the Blues go up against West Bromwich Albion before their home fans at Stamford Bridge on Monday night.
The west London side are frantically hoping to return to winning routes in the top trip after the failure of their back to back annihilations by Bournemouth and Watford.
Chelsea FC will go up against FC Barcelona in the last 16 of the Champions League in the not so distant future.