Morata is a brand ambassador for The Jungle Warriors and has spread the word to team-mates
ALVARO MORATA has helped spread his Eco Warrior message to several of his Chelsea team-mates.
The Spanish star is an ambassador for The Jungle Warriors – a clothing brand that donates a large part of its profits to protecting endangered species.
With the Blues flying out to Madrid to face Atletico in the Champions League, Morata introduced his fellow Spaniards to the brand.
Cesc Fabregas, Pedro and Marcos Alonso were pictured alongside Morata on the Chelsea plan, all wearing hats from the brand.
Antonio Rudiger was also in the picture, uploaded to Morata’s Instagram, although he wasn’t wearing a Jungle Warriors hat.
The clothing brand donates 20 per cent of their profits to three NGOs – one that protects gorillas in DR Congo, another that protects the Himalayan Brown Bear and another that protects the Galapagos Penguin.
There are less than 2,000 Galapagos Penguins, 1,000 mountain gorillas and only SIXTY Himalayan brown bears left in the wild.
Jungle Warriors sells hats and t-shirts and Morata has been a big promoter of the company.
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He has worn the hat on numerous trips with the Spanish international squad and with Real Madrid last season.
Star midfielder Isco has previously been pictured in one, as has Morata’s stunning model wife Alice Campello.
The hats and t-shirts come in three styles, representing the three animals.
Billy the Bear holds a machine gun, George the Gorilla a giant axe and Peter the Penguin a bow and arrow.
Both items cost around £30 at the Jungle Warriors website.
Former Chelsea striker Diego Costa expected to be in the crowd when the Blues face Atletico Madrid at the Wanda Metropolitano.
Despite his fine form since moving to Stamford Bridge, Morata, who has six goals in six games including his stunning hat-trick at Stoke, has promised he can be better.
He said: “I had two chances at the end of the game against Stoke (but didn’t take them).
“I also need to improve my physical condition to be as good as possible.
“It’s a very important week before the international break and we need to give our best for these two matches.
“We have a Champions League match now and we have to keep working.”