Alvaro Morata, the Juventus striker, spoke about his future with the club of the old lady, knowing that he had joined the Italian team, on loan from Atletico Madrid.
Morata scored Juve’s equalizer against Fiorentina, in the match, which ended in a 1-1 draw, to complicate the defending champion’s position in the Calcio table.
“Nobody remembers the big goals if you don’t win,” Morata told Sky Sports Italy.
“We could have scored more, but we didn’t. We were better in the second half,” he added.
He continued, “I look serious because I don’t like not winning. We are going through a difficult season. It doesn’t matter who scores, we only care about winning.”
“Everyone knows I would gladly stay here for life if given the opportunity,” he stressed.
He noted, “But this is a profession, and in many cases, we don’t have many options.”
Real Madrid and Chelsea, Morata’s two former teams, are preparing to face each other in the Champions League semi-finals.
In this regard, Morata said, “It doesn’t change much for me, I don’t think about it, with all due respect to them, I have no idea, it hurts to see the Champions League because we are supposed to. Be there.”