Chelsea starlet admits dream to play for Real Madrid

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One of Chelsea's brightest young stars Wallace has delivered a blow to the club after revealing his dream is to play for Real Madrid - not Chelsea.

Chelsea agreed a deal with Fluminense for the Brazilian youngster in December last year but were unable to get a work permit that would allow him to stay at the club this season.

As a result, the young right-back joined Inter Milan on a season-long loan in August. The 19-year-old has yet to start for the Serie A club but has impressed during two substitute appearances so far.

Much is thought of the Brazil under-20 international and there was a hope he could develop in to a first team regular alongside compatriots David Luiz, Oscar and Ramires in the near future.

However, in an interview with Globoesporte Wallace admitted that his ultimate dream is not to play for Chelsea, but Real Madrid.

"Since childhood, Real Madrid is the team of my dreams and I'd like to play alongside Cristiano Ronaldo," he said. "But I don't intend to go to Real Madrid now, I'm still very new and will be in Europe for many years."

Wallace has also revealed that Chelsea wanted him to join seven other young stars by joining Dutch club Vitesse on loan this summer but he refused stating he wanted to play for a bigger club.

He then added that he beleives former Real Madrid manager Jose Mourinho is the best in the world. 

On Mourinho, Wallace said "I liked him. For me he's one of the best in the world. 

"He likes Brazilians, he tries to help everyone and in the short time I was there, he praised me a lot, gave me confidence."

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