Ekun Samuel, 12 February 2017 Spanish striker Alvaro Morata obviously sees dagger in coach Zinedane Zidane's eyes, as he has been used sparingly, and has expressed dismay at his lack of games for parent club Real Madrid. He was brought back to the Madrid team for £23m after a successful loan spell with Italian Seria A giants Juventus. All things were looking good for the 24 year old in his first few games with Madrid, but ever since Zinedine Zidane countryman's(Karim Benzema's) return from injury, he has since been featuring under the shadows of Benzema. Not being satisfied with the harsh treatment been given so far, he has reportedly ask for a move away from the Bernabue. Morata wants a move to Chelsea, as he wants to reunite with Conte whom he once worked with while at Juventus. According to report from the Daily Star, says the Spanish striker is said to have contacted Blues boss Antonio Conte over a Stamford Bridge switch next season. This comes after the 24-year-old told pals he prefers Chelsea over Arsenal. And now that Los Blancos' transfer ban is over, Zinedine Zidane would be more willing to offload a wantaway player and replace him with someone else.