Spanish international Alvaro Morata has stated that he has nothing to prove to Real Madrid or the manager Zinedine Zidane as he returns to the team he left two years ago to join Italian giants Juventus.
Real Madrid, the European club champions, triggered a pre determined buy back clause to get back their player and Morata, who failed to displace Karim Benzema in the Real starting team says he is a more mature player now.
It is thought Real could resell him for a profit but the striker, currently with Spain in France at the Euros, is not bothered as he squarely puts it in an interview on ESPN, that he will stay if Real wants him, otherwise, he will be leaving for a place he can be happy.
“I’ve got nothing to prove. I’m not a Castilla [Real Madrid’s second team] player anymore. Madrid will decide if I am able or not. If not, I’ll have to take another decision.
“All I want is to be just another member of the squad and fight for a place in the side. My only intention is to be happy and be in a place where I feel wanted.”
“I’m a Real Madrid player and that’s all I can say. I’d love to continue at Real Madrid, but I want to feel like I am important and battle to win a place.” He said.