Alvaro Morata’s proposed move to Manchester United won’t harm his odds of turning into Spain’s fundamental man, as indicated by ex-supervisor Vicente del Bosque.
Morata has chosen to leave Real Madrid since he needs to support his odds of terminating his nation to the 2018 World Cup, as indicated by the Manchester Evening News.
The chance to collaborate with Jose Mourinho, who gave the 24-year-old his first-group make a big appearance at the Bernabeu in 2010, has likewise swung the arrangement to support United.
Despite the fact that he confronts hardened rivalry from Diego Costa, Del Bosque feels Morata’s odds of driving the line for Spain won’t be hampered by leaving Madrid.
“What is beneficial for him is for the most part that he plays however I think he is doing at Real Madrid,” Del Bosque told AS.
“It is a disgrace on the off chance that he leaves, however I have dependably said that it is an advancement consider for our football that our players have possessed the capacity to travel to another country and have possessed the capacity to play. It won’t be an issue for the Spanish group.
“He has shown his qualities. He is a player with great physical and specialized traits, yet the procedure of development of players is not generally the same.
“Commonly chances are taken, particularly for the measures of cash that are being talked about.”
The childhood Madrid fan just rejoined Los Blancos on a five-year bargain the previous summer, however he made only 19 begins as Zinedine Zidane’s side cleared the sheets.
Straight from his initial 20-objective season, Morata now looks set to wind up noticeably the most costly Spanish footballer ever – six years after Fernando Torres’ £50m move to Chelsea.