Alvaro Morata is wary of speaking about Juventus or Real Madrid, preferring Euro 2016 focus and ‘whatever happens, happens.’
Morata scored twice as Spain hammered South Korea but confirmed post-match he left the pitch carrying a knock, going off shortly before the full time whistle.
“I took a whack and it was getting hard. I thought the referee was going to add on three minutes. I went off as a precaution,” he revealed, AS reports, having claimed a brace.
“The important thing is we’re getting a better understanding, not who scores. We’re a team. We’re improving our rhythm, preparing for the Euros to be at the highest level.
“I’m just another player in the national team. It’s been a tough year for me and I can’t be content with just being here, I want to play.
“My future? Everything I say, then what’s reported…I said who wouldn’t want to play for Madrid? But I’ve seen other things I haven’t said. I’m focused on the Euros and what happens, happens.”