Alvaro Morata yet to settle to live in England

Alvaro Morata yet to settle to live in England

Alvaro Morata yet to settle to live in England

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.

The former Real Madrid forward was quoted as saying that he did not see himself living in London much longer as it was a very stressful place.

Morata told Italian publication Gazzetta dello Sport that he would not be staying in London for long as the city was "too stressful", ahead of the Blues Champions League clash with Roma.

"We had a problem of understanding in this interview", Morata insisted when asked if he is committed to the Premier League champions.

"If Chelsea proposed me 10 years I'd probably sign that too. The third is my wife Alice Campello: she followed me to London".

"In the interview I wanted to say probably after my career I don't live in London".

"I live in downtown Chelsea", he said.

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"When I finish my career, I prefer to come back to my country. I need to score many goals otherwise Chelsea would buy another player, it is normal". The second is the environment: I was very well received by my companions. "We started talking about my eventual transfer last spring and I finally came to London".

"But it's an incredible city with many religions and many kinds of different people, so I really enjoy London". Chelsea match-winner Hazard: I like playing Bournemouth!

"I know where he lives with his wife".

The Spain worldwide went on to set up Eden Hazard's second-half victor and Conte insists he was happy with his performance. Morata said, "I'm fine". Probably in the last few games I've not been at the best physical form, but now I'm better. "He loves to work hard & I do too".

The striker, who signed became Chelsea's record signing this summer in a deal that cost an initial £58 million, has made an impressive start on the pitch, scoring six goals in his first nine Premier League appearances and quickly becoming a vital member of Antonio Conte's first-choice team.

Quotes from the Spanish global emerged earlier on Monday, suggesting that Morata is struggling to come to terms with living in London, and is under too much stress by living in England's capital.

"I really miss Italy".

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