Manchester Untied striker Wayne Rooney has ruled out moving to the Serie A during his playing career, as he loves playing in the Premier League.
The Three Lions skipper, who takes his team to Turin to face Italy in an international friendly, has spent his entire career in England and looks set to continue for the foreseeable future.
Rooney has been at Old Trafford for over 11 years since his arrival from Everton in 2004, but has been linked with moves away from the club in the past with Sir Alex Ferguson confirming in 2013 that the striker had put in a transfer request to leave the club.
But, the former Everton forward, who is now the skipper of United, has confirmed that he loves playing in the Premier League despite following the Serie A.
"I love playing in the Premier League," Rooney said, as quoted by Goal.
"I used to watch [Gabriel] Batistuta for Fiorentina, but don't think I'd play in Italy," the England forward added.
Meanwhile, Radamel Falcao, who has struggled to nail down a regular place in the United team since his arrival on loan from AS Monaco still harbours hopes of remaining at Old Trafford beyond the current campaign.
"I have faith about that [remaining at Old Trafford]. And when the season finishes I am going to sit and think about my future, what is the best for my career," Falcao said, as quoted by Manchester Evening News.
The Colombian striker has failed to replicate the form that he displayed for his former clubs and various reports suggest that Louis van Gaal will let the striker return to his parent club at the end of this season.
However, the 29-year-old striker, who has admitted that he will decide his future at the end of the season, is hoping he can turn around his career at United by then. He has hardly featured for United since the turn of the year and has made just two substitute appearances since the start of February despite Robin van Persie being out injured.
Falcao believes that he can rediscover his goal scoring form if he gets regular game time and proved it recently for Colombia after scoring in both their international friendlies to become the joint-top goal scorer for his country.
"I think when I score it's always important and that gives me confidence," the Colombian striker added.
"I said before I need minutes, I need to play games in a row and here in the national team I have had the opportunity. I gave my best and I scored and I now return to Manchester with more confidence."
"We have the last eight games, I will give my best to have the chance to play as many minutes as possible. I have said before I need to play, I need minutes and I am confident about me, about my fitness. I am confident," Falcao explained.