had some sort of a bad conversation with Benitez and hence was sold to Real Madrid.
Alonso should count himself lucky that he got into Real Madrid at that stage of his career. Even though he is a good player, he is not a Galatico. Perez, normally does not go for players with no names. Obviously, now that has changed thanks to the revolution brought by Mourinho at the club.
Here is what he said:
“At the moment I don’t knowwhatisgoingto happen, but it could be a possibility. Never say never.
“It was difficult because Liverpool has been and always will be very special,” he added. “It is in my heart because I have lived very intense things there.
“I miss lots of things. I miss the lads, I miss the atmosphere at Melwood – it was a great place to work, and the scenario of Anfield is unbeatable.
“The special nights I have been privileged enough to live, those will be in my memory forever and they are difficult to compare anywhere in the world.”
“At the beginning of the season I was feeling for the players because you could see things were not going very well and confidence was low at that moment,” he said.
“But things changed, the club settled down with new ownership. With Kenny’s arrival the belief and the confidence of the team looks much better.
“I am looking forward to next season. It looks like it can be a good season.”