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Álvaro Morata denies he is unsettled as Chelsea prepare to face Roma

31 October 2017

Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata has admitted he can not see himself living in London for very long despite only moving to Stamford Bridge in the summer.

In an interview with an Italian newspaper published on Monday, the Spain striker said: "I do not see myself living here for very long".

Asked about the quotes before Tuesday's Champions League game at Roma, he clarified he meant he will not remain in London when he retires.

The 25-year-old, who has just returned from a hamstring problem was speaking to Italian newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport ahead of the date with Roma and admitted life in London is hectic and that he can not see him himself living there "for very long".

"When I finish my career, I prefer to come back to my country". It's normal. For me, I prefer the place I was born. "London is an incredible city, with many religions, people and I really like it", he said.

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And the Spaniard, who provided the assist for Eden Hazard's goal in Chelsea's 1-0 win over Bournemouth at the weekend, explained that Conte played a vital role in him joining Chelsea.

"Last season I was alone without my family". This season, I solved this problen. "It is a fantastic experience for Alvaro in a tough league".

Morata has gone four matches without scoring in all competitions since limping off with a hamstring injury against Manchester City at the end of September, but he insisted that his physical problems are now behind him.

Morata went on to apparently say that he loved living in Italy but was finding London too much to take in.

Alvaro Morata has an average shot accuracy of 65 per cent in the Premier League this season.

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"I really miss Italy".

"Differences between the league?"

But his time at the Bernabeu lasted just 12 months before he signed for Antonio Conte's men for £55million in the summer. "When I arrived home, I was thinking about these chances but I hope the next time I can make a goal". "He loves to work hard & I do too".

"It's always a pleasure to come back to Italy".

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Álvaro Morata denies he is unsettled as Chelsea prepare to face Roma