Alvaro Morata wants to leave Real Madrid this summer if Zinedine Zidane continues as coach, as he feels “cheated” by the Frenchman, according to Spanish outlet Cadena Ser.
The Spain international has reportedly asked his agent to find him a way out of the Santiago Bernabeu after only returning from Juventus less than a year ago.
Morata has made just six La Liga starts this season and blames Zidane for his situation after ignoring other offers to move back to Madrid.
The report claims the striker therefore feels cheated that his move has not worked out well and will look to leave if Zidane continues as coach.
Morata is behind Karim Benzema in the pecking order at the Liga side while the return of Gareth Bale from injury is likely to sideline him further for the rest of the season.
Earlier this week we brought you news that Morata was tempted by a move to Arsenal with Florentino Perez happy to allow him to leave after becoming frustrated by his attitude.
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The latest report suggesting all is definitely not well between Morata and Madrid and the striker well definitely be in-demand, as he was last summer before opting for los Blancos.
Further reports in Spain say Morata wants to listen to offers with Chelsea, Arsenal and Juventus having already expressed an interest in him.
While Morata would undoubtedly prove a great signing, he is not likely to come cheap and is expected to cost somewhere in the region of £50m.