Ahead of Chelsea’s Premier League encounter with Manchester United, Alvaro Morata has been spending some quality downtime with his wife.The Chelsea striker took to Instagram on Friday morning to post a photo of himself holding up his wife Alice Campello outside a luxurious apartment overlooking the River Thames, alongside an affectionate message for his partner. The Spaniard, who appears to have no issues living in London judging by his latest social media post, wrote caption ‘To you that you are the only one in the world, the only reason to get to bottom.’Every breath I breathe. When I look at you, after a day full of words, without telling me anything. Everything becomes clear.’To you who have found me, at corner with closed fists, with my shoulders against the wall, ready to defend me.’With low eyes I was standing in line. With disillusion, you picked me up like a cat. And you brought me with you. I LOVE YOU.’It appears as if Morata is settling into London despite his recent comments claiming that he doesn’t see himself living in English capital for too long.
‘London fascinates me with its multi-ethnicity, the coexistence of cultures and religions, but I do not see myself living here for very long,’ Morata told Gazzetta dello Sport on Monday.However, immediately after making those comments, 25 years old backtracked and pledged his future to Chelsea.’I am happy with the club and the city and with everything in London,’ told Morata, who signed a five-year contract when he arrived from Real Madrid in July.’If I make good and improve, probably I can stay here for more than five years. If Chelsea proposed me 10 years, I’d probably sign that, too. But I need to score many goals, otherwise Chelsea will buy another player.’Morata is currently gearing up for Chelsea’s crunch Premier League clash with United on Sunday afternoon at United.However, Antonio Conte’s side go into the game on the back of their 3-0 defeat by Roma in Champions League.Chelsea will be desperate to bounce back on the weekend as they look to maintain some sort of pressure on Premier League leaders Manchester City.