Real Madrid star Alvaro Morata and Chelsea manager Antonio Conte didn’t crossed their paths at Juventus for a couple of days when, back in summer 2014, the Spanish striker signed for the Bianconeri just a few days after the current Chelsea coach left in the middle of the pre-season for some misunderstandings with the board.
After improving his playing in the two years spent in Italy, where he scored 27 goals in 93 appearances, Morata joined Real Madrid back last summer.
The Spaniard was often linked to Chelsea but, as Spanish outlet AS reports, he dismissed those speculations adding a malicious comment on the current Blues manager:
“If Conte is continuing to call me then it will be my old mobile phone because nothing has come to me.
“He won’t have my new number.”
The 24-year-old also claimed he is in a good situation in the Spanish capital now:
“I feel good at Real Madrid and that is the important thing. I’m getting goals, I feel important and I have to keep it that way.
“I cannot think about next season when we have the most important and hardest part of this season in front of us now.
“The most important thing is that we have won against Leganes. Now we have a difficult schedule and have to win everything possible. That is what we are here for.”