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Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata: I never should've left Juventus

Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata: I never should've left Juventus

"I live in downtown Chelsea".

An interview with the Italian media had caused some controversy hours before the press conference, in which Morata said the city of London can be stressful, but Morata assured Chelsea fans that he is very happy at the club. "It's normal for me to prefer the place where I was born". London fascinates me with its multi-ethnicity, the coexistence of cultures and religions, but I do not see myself living here for very long.

"When I finish my career, I prefer to come back to my country".

"I arrived [in Italy] feeling like a boy and I returned feeling like a true player".

'Tactically he is one of the best in the world, I improve every day.

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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. "Probably in the last few games I've not been at the best physical form, but now I'm better".

Morata had a successful two-year spell with Juventus, winning back-to-back Serie A titles and reaching the Champions League final.

While he has never scored against Roma, Morata will be key to Chelsea's chances of claiming a potentially decisive three points at Stadio Olimpico on Tuesday.

"He had taken me for Juve and then left for Italy".

Morata, whose wife is Italian, spoke in a noticeably more positive manner about his time at Juventus.

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"I know where he lives with his wife".

"Last season I was alone without my family and when you have to work with a lot of pressure it's good to have a family with you".

The ace said: "We have a problem with the interview, all I said was that I was happy at Juventus".

The Spaniard left Los Blancos for the Bianconeri in 2014, but part of the contract agreement was that if Juve were willing to sell the player, Real would have first option on his signature.

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