Suarez remains open to sensational Liverpool return

Date published: Tuesday 26th January 2016 12:21

LLuis Suarez: Open to a Liverpool return

Luis Suarez: Open to a Liverpool return

Barcelona superstar Luis Suarez admits he has missed Liverpool’s fans and claims he would be open to a return to Anfield.

The 29-year-old forward has been in fine form for Barca and has scored 29 goals already this term and although he is happy with life in Catalonia he has left the door open on a sensational return to the Premier League and Liverpool.

The Uruguay frontman spent three-and-a-half years at Liverpool before leaving for Barcelona for £75million in the summer of 2014 and has admitted the “incredible atmosphere” is one of the things he misses.

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“You never know what will happen in the future,” Suarez said in an interview with ESPN.

“If I was to return to England, it would be to play for Liverpool – not for any other team.

“I’ve missed the fans. The atmosphere is incredible, it’s incredible.

“Everyone who has played for Liverpool knows how important the fans are – they know they will always be in my heart.”

Suarez, who was sold whilst serving a four-month or biting Italy’s Giorgio Chiellini during the World Cup, signed a five-year deal with Barca in July 2014.

Former Ajax star Suarez was the Premier League top scorer and winner of the PFA and Football Writers’ Player of the Year awards in his final season at Anfield and had four years remaining on his deal before he left for Spain.

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    Matthew Briggs
    Matthew Briggs
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    Barcelona superstar Luis Suarez admits he has missed Liverpool’s fans and claims he would be open to a return to Anfield.

    [See the full post at: Suarez remains open to sensational Liverpool return]

    #820199
    Narthraal
    Narthraal
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    That brings tears to my eyes! My man! <3

    #820322
    Bob-Notts
    Bob-Notts
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    Can’t see it happening but you can only but dream.

    #820334

    Paxman
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    The only way I could see it happening was if Barca bought someone else that went in ahead of Suarez, that is not likely for the next couple of years at least.

    #820349

    kopite
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    Can’t see it happening anytime soon.

    #820355
    RockySantaCruz
    RockySantaCruz
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    Come home Luis. I miss you xxx

    #820433
    suarezsteeth
    suarezsteeth
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    Hopefully Barca sign Aguero and Luis finds himself surplus to requirements. Really proud that he won’t play for another English club as well. Seeing the likes of Fowler,Torres and Owen in another Prem club’s shirt just devastated me. I’d love him back,but realistically, I don’t think it will happen sadly

    #820457

    Football Scouser
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    Personally prefer 100 M Suarez to 75 M Lewandowski. Klopp + Suarez = 2 EPL titles within 3 seasons at least. A man can dream.

    #820511

    Mikus
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    There’s something about the cliché that “you should never go back” that tends to ring true most of the time. Let’s just remember the good times.

    #820514

    nine nine nine
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    Lol!

    #820616

    Paxman
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    Mikus – Rushie came back and that was a successful return.

    #820622
    hatters
    hatters
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    United fan in peace (no really!)

    All I want to say is Suarez’s words sounds incredibly similar to what Ronaldo has been saying for years.

    It’s almost verbatim.

    #820637

    Riz-Man
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    He’s been looking to move to Barcelona since, like…forever. His family is settled there. He’ll leave once Barcelona have got the last bit of bestness out of him. Whilst it’s nice to hear a former players such such a thing, this won’t happen.

    #820655

    Paxman
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    Riz-man – His family was also settled in Liverpool and he had a really good relationship with the other South Americans, with Lucas being his best buddy. The big attraction family wise in Barcelona was that his wife’s family live there but we all know living near your in-laws it not as good as what he maybe thought 🙂

    #820703

    nine nine nine
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    Living in Barcelona v living in Liverpool? Tough decision. Lol!

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    MrMakaveli
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    Liverpool is the Barcelona of England 😛

    Nah seriously though, I would say Suarez is talking about when he’s in his 30’s. other than that he’s really only stating that he misses the fans. I don’t think he’d ever have left if the culture had been similar to that of Spain.

    He’s absolutely thriving in Spain and I wish him all the success in the world. I think there is a good chance that he’ll officially be the worlds best player next season.

    #820730

    bofa
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    hatters… my thoughts exactly.. no way this is going to happen on so many levels. Please, lets not do the Ronaldo things

    #820733

    Paxman
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    999 – I know the weather is better in Barcelona, but they have as many crap parts of the City as Liverpool, and Liverpool has as many really nice parts, especially since all the regeneration work. Lets face it these are people that will only be living in the really nice parts.

    #820739

    Paxman
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    MrMak – I agree with you, it seems obvious he is talking about when his time in Spain comes to an end.

    #820799

    Football Scouser
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    In Barcelona, Suarez is not the King. If he comes back to Anfield, he will be. Financial climate is not so good in Spain while a lucrative TV contract will start from next season in England.

    If we can offer a lucrative contract, say 50% higher than Barca., to Suarez. Then it will be very attractive for a player who is already 30. If he can help us to bring the title back to Anfield (likely), everything is worthy.

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