Luis Suarez dropped the biggest ‘come and get me plea’ to Real Madrid after inviting Spanish media outlet Marca to his house for an interview.
Suarez had already participated in a hugely revealing interview with the Telegraph and the Guardian and has now added Marca to that list. In his interviews with the English newspapers, he spoke about the club breaking promises and that he should be entitled to leave, however the PFA confirmed Liverpool have done nothing wrong and have no obligation to sell at any price.
Liverpool have remained adamant the player will not be sold to Premier League rivals Arsenal, who are the only club to have made an official bid for the striker so far. Suarez’s preferred destination remains Madrid and Liverpool would be willing to negotiate a deal for a transfer abroad. With this in mind, it seems Suarez invited Marca to attract the attention of the La Liga giants.
“Any player always aspires to the highest level and Real Madrid are among the best clubs there is in the world. It would be very difficult to say no to Madrid. Madrid never called me personally or Liverpool to try and negotiate.”
The player went on to name the Premier League as the ‘best in the world’ before praising Liverpool and it’s fans. However, he made it clear he was still looking for the Anfield exit.
“I’m defending the colours of Liverpool and will continue to do until the last minute. My idea is to reach an agreement amicably and that the clauses are met which we agreed a year ago. For now they are not fulfilling it.”