Alonso slams latest return to McLaren reports 5 October, 2013 Fernando Alonso was a McLaren driver in 2007 Fernando Alonso has slammed latest reports speculating that a move to McLaren for 2014 is still a possibility for the Spaniard. Some Italian journalists, as well as British broadcaster Sky, said that despite the initial speculation having faded in recent weeks, Alonso’s departure from Ferrari to re-join his 2007 employer McLaren is still on the cards. “If Alonso was free, we would still be interested,” Germany’s Auto Motor Sport quoted McLaren team boss Martin Whitmarsh as saying in Korea. Alonso, however, hit back at the latest reports, “People write what they want. I can’t do any more than say that I am staying at Ferrari.” (GMM) Subbed by AJN. Tweet Related NewsAlonso’s final days at Ferrari strained and frustratingMcLaren give Alonso deadline to accept $88 million dealAlonso desires Mercedes but looks set for McLarenHamilton staying at Mercedes, Alonso to McLaren deal doneAlonso future uncertain may take sabbaticalFerrari and Alonso on verge of agreeing splitSilly Season: Alonso to McLaren looks a done dealSilly Season: Alonso to McLaren looking likelyButton unperturbed by Alonso reportsAlonso: I’m not interested in McLaren, I love Ferrari and will stay here until the end Anne Elk Of course the little sneak won’t admit he’s looking everywhere for a new drive. His boss, Luca, just wouldn’t like that at all. Particularly after the way Ferrari went out on a limb to get him in the first place, dumping Raikonnen to get him, the master of hyperbole, misdirection, and subterfuge. If he’s really the best, then he should simply tell the Ferrari organization, “Look, no matter what you do it will never be enough for me. I need a team who wants to win!” and let the chips fall where they may. But of course the sneaky weasel won’t do that. Yeah, this guy is real samurai material, no doubt about it–HAH!