Alvaro Morata Wants Real Madrid Star At Chelsea

Posted Noviembre 12, 2017

Alvaro Morata has picked out Real Madrid playmaker Isco as the one player from his old club that he would love to play alongside at Chelsea.

The 25-year-old, who has already won the Spanish and Italian league titles with Real Madrid and Juventus, respectively, said he wants to win the English Premier League (EPL) as well.

'I would take [Isco] to Chelsea now when I return [from the Spanish camp],' Morata told Cadena Ser. He added, "I do not think it happens, honestly, but you never know".

Chelsea players and fans deserve to walk around with a chip on their shoulders.


"My only problem with Conte is he needs to look at his youth more".

Unfortunately for Morata, Isco won't offering his creativity to another club anytime soon having penned a long-term contract extension with a €700 million release clause in September. The quality of footballing technique and the sophistication of the punditry lag those of the European leagues, but that does not diminish the quality of the league itself.

Following his £60million summer transfer from Real Madrid, the striker has scored seven goals in ten games and set about removing a curse Chelsea's no.9 shirt supposedly had in the process.

"I felt important for Madrid, but I wanted to play in the knockout stages of the Champions League".


Alvaro Morata joined Chelsea from Real Madrid for €65 million in the summer.

For the rest of the footballing world, Eden Hazard and Real Madrid are quickly turning into Ross and Rachel. "I told Zinedine Zidane and he understood me, I am very grateful".

Morata is currently away on international duty with Spain, preparing for friendlies versus Costa Rica and Russia.

Morata is thriving as manager Antonio Conte's first-choice forward, and Ronaldo hinted recently that his absence at Real is at least partly responsible for Los Blancos' poor start to the new campaign, per Sport. "Like next year if I'm doing badly, and I hope not, Chelsea could sell me and I would have to go to a smaller team".