ON-LOAN Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata was mocked by Marcos Alonso after he mistakenly believed Gary Cahill was retiring.
The veteran England defender stated goodbye to supporters on Sunday after saying he’s ending his seven-year stint at Stamford Bridge.
Cahill, 33, has seen simply 22 minutes of Premier League motion underneath boss Maurizio Sarri.
However he stays massively fashionable with the Stamford Bridge devoted after successful the league title, FA Cup, Champions League, Europa League and the League Cup.
Cahill uploaded a departing publish to Instagram of himself with the supporters through which Morata responded: “Congratulations in your nice profession! It has been a pleasure to play by your facet.”
Together with three laughing emojis, his Spanish compatriot Alonso responded: “He isn’t retiring brother.”
Morata is at present on-loan at Atletico Madrid and is more likely to be part of Cahill by heading for the exit door.
Cahill left a scathing parting message to Sarri by admitting he “doesn’t respect” the Italian.
Congratulations in your nice profession!
Morata to Gary Cahill
Talking of his exit, he stated: “It has been actually horrible for me personally. It’s going to simply be erased out of my head once I depart Chelsea. My final reminiscence can be final season’s FA Cup closing.
“It has been very tough. I’ve performed frequently over the earlier six seasons and I’ve received all the things with Chelsea, so to be watching from the stands is one thing I did not anticipate.
“I understand how the entire membership works, I’ve acquired a giant relationship with all of the gamers and workers, and but none of that has been utilised.
“If you’re not taking part in, any participant, for 2, three, 4 video games, then you do not have to offer a cause for that.
“But when it will get to eight or 9 video games, then it’s a must to clarify the state of affairs. What is going on on? However the supervisor hasn’t carried out that.
“I see among the conditions with gamers who received the title with Chelsea, not simply myself, and it simply hasn’t been proper.
“It makes it very onerous for me to have respect for somebody who has not revered what a few of us have received with the membership.”