Morata ‘focused on Euro 2016’

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.”

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