Boa Morte may leave Fulham
By Adam Marshall
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
The Fulham flyer has admitted he would like to try another league, in order to continue his European adventure.
"I am surprised by the Marseille story," he confessed.
"At this moment, I cannot say if I would like to go there or not.
"I have already been in England for five years, though, which is a long time.
"I would like, therefore, to try Spanish or French football."
The Portuguese international has told the press in his homeland that he does not feel he will see out his contract in West London, which lasts until 2005.
"When there is dialogue, people understand themselves and the business can become facts," he added.
Boa Morte started in the defeat to Southampton at the weekend, and still seems to be very much part of Jean Tigana's plans.
"As we are involved on four fronts - the championship, FA Cup, League Cup and Uefa Cup - the coach has to change the team," he told O Jogo.
However, the former Arsenal man does seem to be open-minded about changing club in the near future.
Meanwhile, The Cottagers have been credited in the Italian media with an interest in Lecce striker Davor Vugrinec.
The Croatian hit-man has reportedly been watched in Serie B action by the Londoners in recent weeks.