Luis Suarez says his “good relationship” with Liverpool followers would make it “bizarre” for him to play for every other Premier League team.
Suarez beautiful in his three-and-a-half-year stint at Anfield, scoring 82 goals in 133 video games earlier than shifting to Barcelona in the summertime of 2014.
The striker gained a great deal of trophies in his time at Camp Nou earlier than leaving for Atletico Madrid last summer season and driving them to the La Liga title.
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The 34-year-old player has refused to rule out returning to the Premier League, however believes his offer must come from his former membership.
She said World Football Journal: “Taking part in for any team apart from Liverpool in England could be troublesome.
“I had, and I hope I had, such relationship with Liverpool followers that it will be unusual for me to play for another person.
“It might have been particular to win the league with Liverpool, however I’m happy that their stay is now over.
“They appear to be a team that may compete for a lot of seasons to come even when this one wasn’t their best. They’re back the place they belong. ”
Suarez has already confirmed that he plans to see the final year of his deal at Atletico after scoring the goal that helped them win their first title in seven years.
And he added: “I’m at present having fun with my time right here. I take pleasure in it right here, we’re settled in Spain – no want to consider me leaving.
“After I take into consideration how well I’ve settled in Atletico and the religion the coach has proven in me, it was simply the fitting decision for me.”
Suarez additionally addressed the potential of becoming a member of a former teammate and Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard in Rangers.
He added: “I feel Stevie is doing high quality with out me!” he said. “I am glad however not stunned to see him win the league with Rangers.
“Winning is what he does and at some point within the future I am positive he’ll be in Liverpool once more.”