The Real Madrid defender has no hard feelings, as his teammate in the Spanish team approaches a rival
Dani Carvajal said he was happy with former Real Madrid team-mate Álvaro Morata before moving to LaLiga rivals Atletico Madrid.
Morata is ready to trade Chelsea for Atletico on an initial loan of 18 months, with the option of making the move permanent.
The 26-year-old striker left the Chelsea team in Madrid in 2017, however, the Spaniard has fought at Stamford Bridge last year.
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Carvajal has no hard feelings, since Morata – who left Madrid's youth system and won two Champions League titles, as well as a pair of LaLiga trophies, among others – approaches Athletic.
"They are the decisions of every player. I do not judge him," Realva's side Carvajal told reporters after Sunday's 4-2 victory over Espanyol.
"If he's happy at Atletico, I'm happy for him. He's my friend and I wish him the best.
"I'm happy for him because in England he did not have many opportunities
"We just hope he does not have a good game against us [On February 9]"
Not everyone is so pleased, however, as a group of Atletico fans protested against the signing last weekend.
Morata, who claims to be "proud" of his past at Real Madrid, has scored five goals in 16 Premier League appearances this season while scoring nine goals in all competitions.
Chelsea recently hired Gonzalo Higuain in an early loan deal from Juventus, with the Argentinian debuting on Sunday's FA Cup victory over Sheffield Wednesday.
Atletico Madrid are currently second in the league, five points behind leaders Barcelona, while Real Madrid are third, with a difference of five points separating them from their local rivals.