Alvaro Morata doesn’t want to return to Chelsea

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Atletico Madrid striker Alvaro Morata said he wasn’t interested in returning to Chelsea at the end of the season.

After spending 18 hard and disappointing months at Stamford Bridge, in January, Morata joined Atletico. The Madrid club has the option to extend Alvaro’s loan for the next season.

Morata’s return could become a forced measure for the Blues in case if the club refuses to buy-out Gonzalo Higuain and fails to delay the FIFA transfer ban. However, the 26-year-old Spaniard doesn’t want another chance in the Premier League.

According to the striker, he was very happy that fate brought him to Atletico Madrid. He did his best to get there. Now, he is ready to do his best to stay in the team as long as possible. Alvaro even admitted that he wanted to spend his entire career in Diego Simeone’s team.

We add that Morata scored 6 goals for Atletico in 15 LaLiga matches. Speaking for Chelsea, Alvaro distinguished himself 24 times in 72 games.

(Reporting by Nathan Dent, editing by Valerie Cooper)

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