Alvaro Morata has accepted he’d definitely amuse a go back to Real Madrid, but insists the situation is ‘complicated’.

The Spain striker, who’s part of Julen Lopetegui’s squad to face Japan and Russia, kept the Bernabeu for Chelsea in the summertime being frustrated with having less opportunities pursuing his move back from Juventus.


Morata started out just 19 matches under Zinedine Zidane during his last season in the Spanish capital as he battled for participating in time against famous names Cristiano Ronaldo and Karim Benzema.

In comparison, the 25-year-old has began every category game he has been designed for at Chelsea since his debut, absent only in the defeat by Crystal Palace.The problem in Spain came up to mind in the Champions Little league, where he played out just 25 minutes of football across Real’s seven knockout rounds on the way to conquering Juventus in Cardiff previous June.

Despite a irritating end to his second spell, however, he uncovered he would anticipate to have a third split at leading the collection for the membership he actually joined up with at age 16.

‘I felt very important to Madrid, but I needed to experience in the knockout phases of the Champions League,’ he said on the radio show El Larguero on Cadena Ser.

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