Sevilla midfielder Franco Vazquez has confessed that “I’d like to go back to Italy” and praised Roma for being “a great club”.

Vazquez succeeded in replacing Javier Pastore at Palermo, his performances earning the 29-year-old his first Italy cap, before he reverted back to his native Argentina and joined Sevilla in the summer of 2016.

“I’m happy at Sevilla, they welcomed me very well, I like La Liga and the best players are here,” he told Tuttomercatoweb.

Sevilla midfielder Franco Vazquez has confessed that “I’d like to go back to Italy” and praised Roma for being “a great club”.

Vazquez succeeded in replacing Javier Pastore at Palermo, his performances earning the 29-year-old his first Italy cap, before he reverted back to his native Argentina and joined Sevilla in the summer of 2016.

“I’m happy at Sevilla, they welcomed me very well, I like La Liga and the best players are here,” he told Tuttomercatoweb.

“However, I’d like to go back to Italy. I don’t know when, but I’d like to. Roma in January? I heard the news, but there was nothing concrete.

“Still, Roma are a great club and they would be beautiful for any player.”

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