Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata has conceded he can’t see himself living in London for long in spite of just moving to Stamford Bridge in the mid year.
The 25-year-old said he is discovering life in the English capital ‘upsetting’ in front of coming back to Italy to arrange for Chelsea in their Champions League conflict with Roma.
He left Juventus in 2016 to re-join Real Madrid after the Spanish club actuated a purchase back proviso in his agreement, having won two Serie A titles and helped Juve achieve the Champions League last in his two years in Turin.
In any case, the Spaniard attempted to nail down a first-group spot in Zinedine Zidane’s side and left the Bernabeu again for Chelsea this late spring in a £70.6million switch.
Morata has delighted in a significantly brighter begin in England and appears at home in the Premier League – scoring six objectives in nine appearances – yet life off the pitch is apparently incurring significant damage on the forward.
‘I’m fine,’ Morata disclosed to Italian daily paper La Gazzetta dello Sport.
‘I live in downtown Chelsea. London intrigues me with its multi-ethnicity, the conjunction of societies and religions, yet I don’t see myself living here for long. Excessively, an excess of stress, an excessive number of cities.’
Morata, whose spouse Alice Campello is Italian and moved to London with him, conceded he lamented leaving Juventus to come back to Madrid – clarifying nature in Italy was superbly suited for him.
He included: ‘Italy for a Spaniard is the best nation to live. You have everything: excellence, history, workmanship, cooking, design. I could never have left Italy and Juve.
‘The mistake [of leaving Juventus] was huge, I wound up back to the beginning stage. They [Real Madrid] treated me like the person I was before the two Italian seasons.’
Morata passed up a major opportunity for the opportunity to work with Chelsea supervisor Antonio Conte at Juve as the player’s entry in 2014 came in no time before the Italian’s exit, however the bait of playing under Conte was the unequivocal factor in moving to Stamford Bridge.
‘I came here on the grounds that there was a mentor like Antonio Conte. We began discussing my inevitable exchange the previous spring lastly I truly arrived in London.’