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Joselu won't rule out a return to Real Madrid

The player, who is currently at German club Hoffenheim, considers that the Spanish giants are one of the "biggest clubs in the world".

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Joselu won't rule out a return to Madrid
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EFE | 27/12/2012

José Luis Mato, 'Joselu', who plays as a striker for TSG 1899 Hoffenheim hasn't ruled out a return to Real Madrid, the club who sold him this summer to the German outfit for six million euros, with the Spanish club reserving repurchase rights over the player for the first two years.

"If things go well for me at Hoffenheim and Real Madrid were interested, of course I'd like to go back there one day, because we are talking about one of the best clubs in the world", said the Spanish striker, currently at home with his parents for Christmas in the Galician town of Silleda.

The under 21 Spanish international, top scorer for the Real Madrid 'B' team last season and key player in their promotion to the Liga Adelante, the Spanish second division, is aware of the problems surrounding José Mourinho's squad.

"This season they aren't playing well, and more than anything, they aren't winning. In the League Madrid are far behind Barcelona and even Atlético Madrid, so maybe for that reason they are being criticised more than normal. The fans are very demanding", said Joselu.

The striker is currently Hoffenheim's top scorer in the league, with four goals. "The Bundesliga is very different to Spanish football. In Germany physicality is the most important thing, whilst in Spain everything is more tactical", he said.

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