But far from saying he didn’t want to play second-fiddle to Kane, at Spurs, Morata said a deal wasn’t possible with the north London side, before moving to the Blues from Real Madrid for £70m.Pochettino said in August: “Morata talked about myself, in the media he said ‘Mauricio called me’. That was two years ago or more. He said to me: ‘Why do you want me if you have Harry Kane?’”But Morata has since denied that, saying: “No it’s not true. I spoke with him and he said he wanted both [of us] to play together, but there was no chance to come to Tottenham.“For sure I would like to play with Kane, he’s a big player, one of the best strikers in the world, but in this moment when I spoke with him (Pochettino) there was no chance to leave Real Madrid.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Chelsea’s Alvaro Morata was forced to sit out the visit to Everton on December 23, 2014 while he served a one-match suspensionLONDON, United Kingdom, Dec 30 – Alvaro Morata has rejected claims by Tottenham Hotspur boss Mauricio Pochettino that he didn’t move to the club because he would have been in competition with Harry Kane.The Spanish hit-man has 12 goals in 25 games in his first season for Chelsea.
RelatedKingfisher to launch new service between Mumbai and HeathrowKingfisher to launch new service between Mumbai and HeathrowBA extends India networkBA extends India networkFlights to Johannesburg to be launched by Jet AirwaysJet Airways will commence cheap flights to Johannesburg from Mumbai Indian airline Kingfisher has launched a host of new internal services aimed at both business travellers and tourists.As air travel booms in the fast-developing country, the airline is expanding its services by offering daily direct flights from Mumbai to Chandigarh and Ahmedabad. Additionally, Kingfisher will be adding services on existing routes, introducing a daily same day return flight between Chandigarh and Delhi as well as daily direct flights between Goa and Delhi.Siva Ramachandran, vice-president of global sales Kingfisher Airlines, said: “The new daily direct flight from Mumbai to Chandigarh will cater to discerning corporate flyers between the nation’s commercial capital and Chandigarh. Besides corporate flyers, we expect our services to Chandigarh to cater to tourists alike, especially since Chandigarh is the gateway to Himachal Pradesh, an acknowledged tourist haven.”He added that the new flights between Mumbai and Ahmedabad would also look to cater to the growing numbers of small business owners and corporate travellers needing frequent travel between the cities.Data from aviation specialist OAG found that India was the fastest growing market for air travel in 2006, with global airlines scheduling in some 14 per cent more services to and from the country.ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map