Chelsea ace Hazard: Morata a little hurt, but he's happy in London

Tricia Pearson
February 15, 2018

"He's a fantastic player and he will score a lot of goals for us, I'm sure".

Morata's return date to full fitness is uncertain, with the striker ruled out of Monday's Premier League clash against West Brom, and he is also doubtful for Chelsea's Champions League round of 16 match against Barcelona.

Chelsea paid £70million to prize Morata away from Real last summer, but the Spain global hinted a return to Madrid is not out of the question.

"Now, I think this is not important to say we could do this or we couldn't do this; the most important thing is to focus on the present and try to finish the best way possible and not regret anything". I don't know [when he will return] because he has this problem.

You ask me how long he is out, maybe he needs one day, one month, or is out for the season, I don't know. "I don't know [when he'll be back] because he has this problem and we tried a lot to find a solution to solve the pain in his back". For this season, I am a bit anxious.

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In an interview with Spanish TV programme Espacio Reservado, Morata admitted a return to the Santiago Bernabeu would be hard to resist should the Spanish giants come calling.

Morata replied: 'I have to respect Chelsea who have made a great effort for me. The Spain global now 0.59 goals to his name in the league per 90. Some lashed him on the premise that he cost the club a whopping £70 million to sign from Real Madrid during the last summer.

Morata may be happy at Stamford Bridge, but he only joined six months ago and is already thinking about returning to Real someday.

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