Real Madrid legend Iker Casillas' time at the Spanish giants did not end well, but he has now spoken about what he would do if the club were to call him.
The legendary goalkeeper's place in Los Blancos' first team was no longer guaranteed under the management of Jose Mourinho, which eventually led to his exit in 2015, two years after the Portuguese left in 2013.
Real were also criticised for the farewell they gave Casillas, which he admits pales in comparison to the recent farewells we saw FC Barcelona give Andres Iniesta and Atletico Madrid give Fernando Torres, but he does not hold any grudges against his former club.
"If Real Madrid call me, I couldn't say no to return to the club in the future," he said, according to Sportskeeda.
"I saw the Iniesta and Torres farewells and, well, my situation was a bit different then in Real Madrid.
"In the future, there will be reconciliations and there won't be any problem.
"Everybody would love a farewell like those ones, but I'm not all the day focused on that."
Casillas played 724 games in 16 seasons at the club, where he won 18 trophies, including three UEFA Champions League titles.
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