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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Sebastian Giovinco 'delighted' at Toronto FC and has no plans to leave

Toronto FC forward Sebastian Giovinco has said he does not miss life in Serie A and is enjoying his football in MLS, where he says his form attracted a "small approach" from Barcelona.

Italy international Giovinco, 28, moved to Toronto from Juventus last year, signing a five-year contract.

He has scored 22 goals in 34 appearances for the club and said that although he would not rule out a return to Europe, he was enjoying life in Toronto.

"I'm very happy with the choice I made," Giovinco told SportItalia. "Juventus? I miss it, but I made the choice and I'm delighted.

Sebastian Giovinco
Sebastian Giovinco has been in a rich vein of form since joining Toronto.

"I knew MLS was a growing league, and I wanted a change of lifestyle. Serie A? For now I don't miss it -- we'll see in a couple of years -- but at the moment I'm happy.

"I don't know what will happen in the future -- you can never say never in football.

"Football in MLS is growing, and in five or six years it will be an even more important league."

He said his goal-scoring record at Toronto had attracted "a small approach" from Barcelona, adding: "I didn't believe it myself.

"It was true though, even if there was nothing concrete. A small approach, shall we say."

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