Munir: "I'd like to play for Morocco at Russia 2018"
The current Alavés avoided focusing on Vicente Del Bosque's recent comments where the coach claimed he felt to blame for Munir not being elegible to play for the African nation.
Deportivo Alavés player Munir El Haddadi has again confessed of his desire to play for the Moroccan national side at the 2018 Russia World Cup next summer. The forward who holds both Spanish and Moroccan nationality admitted that he had received a call from the Moroccan FA (FRMF) and they stated that he had "the possibility of being able to play with Morocco" despite having represented Spain at first team level and they were doing "everything in their powers to make things happen".
Spain debut in 2014
No comment on Del Bosque declarations
The Alaves player also refused to cast a view on recent comments made by former Spain coach Vicente del Bosque who claimed that he was to blame for the situation by giving Munir his Spain debut. It's also ironic that both Spain and Morocco have been drawn together in the same group in Russia. Munir concluded stating that he plans to "keep growing as a player and admitted that his dream is to be involved with the best clubs in the world".