- Real Madrid president Florentino Perez has ruled out re-signing Alvaro Morata from Chelsea this summer
- The Spaniard joined the Premier League champions last summer in search of more playing time away from the Bernabeu
- He has scored just 11 goals in the English topflight this season with just six games to wrap the 2017-18 league season up
Sergio Ramos has reportedly told Real Madrid chiefs to re-sign Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata this summer according to Tribal Football.
The Spanish striker joined the Blues last summer in a five year deal valued at €65 million, but his first year at the Stamford Bridge has been unimpressive.
He has managed just 11 goals in 26 topflight appearances for the Premier League champions, and the Blues manager isn’t very pleased with his goal ratio.
Meanwhile, Los Blancos president, Florentino Perez isn’t ready to reunite with his former player, who forced his way out of the Santiago Bernabeu last summer.
According to Spanish news outlet claim Madrid powerbrokers are not interested in a reunion with the striker this summer.
However, Ramos has pleaded with the Galacticos president to have a rethink and bring the striker back to the Bernabeu.
Morata joined the Stamford Bridge side in the summer of 2017 having won the UEFA Champions League title with his former club, Real Madrid two seasons back.
He however got his reign at the west London club to a flying start – scoring at least a goal in his first few matches at the club, but hit a roadblock when he went about four months without a goal.
The Spaniard scored his first and only hatrick for the team in their 4-0 win over Stoke City in September 2017.
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