Álvaro Morata used the press conference in the run-up to the duel with AS Roma to put a number of things right, after an interview by him in La Gazzetta dello Sport raised a lot of dust in England. The Chelsea striker would have said that he would have liked to live in Italy again, never had to leave Juventus and thought that he could not stay in London for a long time,”probably we had a communication problem,” says Morata.
My years at Juventus were fantastic. I was a boy when I entered and a real footballer when I left. For a Spaniard, Italy is the best place to live. You have everything there. I would never have left Italy and Juventus “, see Morata in the interview. According to the Spanish rush hour, the answers he gave were not translated correctly:”The only thing I said is that I was very happy with Juventus. And in the interview I tried to say that after my career I don’t stay in London anymore, but I’ve got it all right now.
I have a good taste for London, but in the future, if I want to bring my children to school, I would rather go back to Spain. London is a great city,”Morata says,” who took away all doubt about his future plans,”if Chelsea offered me a ten-year contract now, I would probably sign it”.