The Mirror report that Fernando Llorente has cast doubt on his future at Spurs by admitting he misses his former club Juventus.
The Spanish striker, left out of the squad for Saturday’s north London derby win, played for the Italian champions for two seasons, scoring 27 goals in 91 appearances.
It adds hoe Llorente, who moved to north London from Swansea last summer, but has scored just twice in all competitions in 25 appearances.
The article adds how he was the subject of interest from Chelsea last month but the champions opted instead for Arsenal’s Olivier Giroud and with Juventus hosting us tomorrow in the Champions League, Llorente – who quit the club in 2015 – admitted: “Juve is a difficult place to leave. I left the Vinovo training ground crying.
“It’s also true what David Trezeguet said: “It’s only when you leave Juventus that you realise what you had. I miss it like crazy and would love to return.
Llorente added: “It’s a special club because, despite being an enormous club, it’s like a family inside.There is a fine image of Juventus here and I raise it even more: I always speak very highly of the Bianconeri and give them a good rep.”
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