The promising youngster has downplayed the importance of last week's discussion between the Portuguese duo, and has stressed they will do their utmost to close the gap with Barca
By Alberto Pinero
Real Madrid youngster Alvaro Morata believes that there is no problem between Cristiano Ronaldo and Jose Mourinho and claims that they both get on well with each other.
Mourinho and Ronaldo were involved in a heated discussion after Madrid's 2-0 Copa del Rey win over Valencia last week, but Morata has insisted that the atmosphere in the Blancos' dressing room is just fine.
"Everything seems normal between them as far as I can see. I do not know what happened, because I was not around at the time, but they maintain a normal relationship," Morata told Goal.com.
"The team is united as ever and will always give everything.
"The goal is to progress in the Copa del Rey at Valencia's expense, and we will do our utmost to close the gap with Barcelona in La Liga."
Madrid currently sit third in La Liga, trailing leaders Barcelona by 15 points.