Forlan hints at Premier League return

Atletico Madrid talisman Diego Forlan has hinted he may be set for a return to England this summer, saying he has unfinished business in the Premier League.

The Uruguayan striker netted just 10 league goals in 63 appearances in a frustrating two-and-a-half years with Manchester United from 2002-04.

However, since leaving Old Trafford the 29-year-old has re-established himself as one of the deadliest marksman in la Liga, netting 54 league goals in 104 outings for Villarreal and 43 in 66 for present club Atletico.

And amid reports that he is set for another crack at the English top-flight this summer - with Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur both believed to be interested - Forlan says he will discuss his future at the Vicente Calderon outfit at the end of the season.

“At the moment my desire is to score goals, to fight for the Golden Boot and to help Atletico to get to a position in the Champions League,” he said in the Telegraph.

“I will think about my future in June. I want a meeting with the directors and then to evaluate the situation.

“Do I want to return to the Premier League? I believe I have a debt with England after my time with Manchester United.”