Alvaro Morata has hinted that he would like to ply his trade in the Premier League, should Real Madrid let go of his services in the future.
The 24-year-old had been heavily linked with a switch to Chelsea during the previous summer transfer window after he was re-signed by Los Blancos from Juventus.
However, Morata decided to stay put with the European champions with a view to competing with France international Karim Benzema for the centre-forward role.
The Spanish striker has since managed just 15 starts across all competitions for the Capital outfit, and he has now suggested that he is open to a move to England.
“I’m very happy at Madrid and they support me, but if an offer like that came again and they want to sell, I shouldn’t close doors,” he told The Guardian.
“I loved Italy but if one day I have to leave, I’m sure it will be to the Premier League.”
Despite his limited playing time this term, Morata has been a regular goalscorer for the Bernabeu giants, having netted 16 times in all competitions under Zinedine Zidane.