The 32-year-old says he is a new man after making his first competitive appearance since January in Spain’s 2-1 defeat of Uruguay in the Confederations Cup last week, reports Xinhua.
“I’ve cried,” Casillas admitted in an interview with Fifa.com. “I’ve suffered, I’ve been unwell, I’ve had sleepless nights.” Despite having recovered from a hand injury in March, Casillas was overlooked by Mourinho for the remainder of the season in favour of Diego Lopez.
He admitted he would have considered leaving Real Madrid had Mourinho not left to Chelsea. “I’m a Madridista right down to my soul and, above all else, what matters to me is the club,” he said. “I would love to retire at Real Madrid, but I will not create problems if a coach does not want me.”
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