Alvaro Morata admits he likes the Premier League but is happy at Juventus, and has no idea where he’ll play next year.
Morata’s future has been the subject of speculation as Real Madrid hold a buy-back option and it’s reported they plan to exercise it, only to sell him to Arsenal, while Morata says he just wants his future settled.
“I don’t know if I’ll be at Juve next season. I’m happy there, but we’ll see,” he acknowledged in an interview with Marca.
“England or Germany are countries where I could improve, but I’m happy in Italy. Juventus is a great club and I feel at home.
“I like the characteristics of the Premier League and because it is more attractive for a striker and not as tactical as Italy. I like it.
“The clause is talked about every time I score a goal. When I wasn’t scoring, no one was talking about it.
“It’s been a very strange year for me. Every time I’ve had to talk about this one thing. In the end what I have to do is stay focused on my game, but of course I think about what will happen in the future and the possibility [of returning to Madrid] is real. It’s there.”
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