Argentine giants River Plate have emerged as favourites to sign Atletico Madrid striker Luis Suarez this summer as revealed by Italian publication Calciomercato. It was reported that River Plate could be the next destination for Luis Suarez who has a few weeks left on his Atletico Madrid contract. The Uruguayan footballer would be available as a free agent when his current deal with his Spanish team expires this month. Suarez has been at Atletico Madrid since his transfer from La Liga rivals Barcelona two years ago. He fired Atletico Madrid to the La Liga title in his first season at the club having been forced out of Barcelona. The Spanish capital club were said to have paid around €6m for his signing.

River Plate manager Marcelo Gallardo recently revealed that he has spoken to Luis Suarez about a possible move to the club as monitored by media outlet Mundo Deportivo. He talked about the Uruguayan in his post-match interview after the draw with Atletico Tucuman. Gallardo said he called Suarez to know his plans after leaving Spanish team Atletico Madrid this summer and that if he wants to come and experience Argentine football at an institution like theirs.
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The future of Uruguayan striker Luis Suarez remains undecided. He will be leaving Atletico Madrid, although the next chapter in his illustrious career is still up in the air. What is in store for Luis Suarez’s future?

Suarez said that clubs from Argentina, Brazil, and Mexico have approached him. He reiterated, however, that he wants to remain in Europe to play the highest level of football. This, of course, is likely due to the fact that Uruguay will take part in the upcoming 2022 FIFA World Cup. They’re pitted in Group H alongside Portugal, Ghana, and the Korean Republic.
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Atletico Madrid striker Luis Suarez has promised the club’s fans that they should put their fears to rest and that they will be putting up their best performance against Manchester United when the two sides meet in the first leg of their UEFA Champions League fixture this season. The two clubs have been pitted against one another in the round of 16 knockout round and with one team’s progress to the next round going to be detrimental to the other’s they will both be expected to put everything on the line to ensure that they proceed to the round of 8 knowkout round. However, both teams have been somewhat underwhelming in their recent league games as they have been battling for form and consistency.



Manchester United have particular been awful in recent times and have been failing to win games that they have needed to, in order to boost their chances of a top four finish at the end of the season. Atletico, on the other hand, have been poor lately in their performances as well. I’m their last six games in all competitions, they have won just twice and lost four times. They lost against Athletic Club in the semi-final of the Spanish Super Cup by 2-1.
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Former Liverpool left-back Luis Enrique has revealed that he would pick Luis Suarez ahead of Mohamed Salah as two players continue to draw comparisons alongside Fernando Torres. A lot of media attention has been centredon who has been the best Liverpool attacker amongst the trip of Salah, Torres and Suarez.



Luis Enrique told Liverpool ECHO on behalf of 888sport that he would pick Luis Suarez ahead of Mohamed Salah as he’s a better fit for Liverpool. According to him, Luis Suarez was the best player he has seen. Luis Enrique watched Suarez in close quarters during their time together at Anfield.
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Uruguayan striker Luis Suarez has not had a big impact at Atletico Madrid in the new season. The ex-Barcelona and Ajax Amsterdam player has been overshadowed by Argentine international Angel Correa who has become the regular source of goals for Atletico Madrid this season.


Luis Suarez was the difference maker for Atletico Madrid who were able to win the Spanish La Liga title last season thereby ending a seven-year wait. The veteran Uruguayan striker more than repaid the €6m spent to sign him from Barcelona last summer. Barcelona manager Ronald Koeman didn’t want Luis Suarez when he was appointed into the job at the start of last season and that decision benefitted Atletico Madrid a great deal as he scored the goals that propelled the club to the title, while Koeman and Barcelona could only settle for third place. Luis Suarez scored 21 goals for Atletico Madrid on the way to the title. He was involved in 30 games for the club. His goal in the 2-1 comeback win over Real Valladolid on the final day of last season sealed the title for the capital club ahead of city rivals Real Madrid. Read more »


After trying but failing to sign Atletico Madrid striker Luis Suarez in the summer, Italian Serie A giants AC Milan are now close to closing a deal for Chelsea striker Olivier Giroud after offering him a two-year contract. The French striker has always had a huge question mark over his future at Stamford Bridge and he looks set to finally leave the Blues after a couple of years since signing from Arsenal. He has fallen behind Timo Werner and Tammy Abraham in the pecking order at Chelsea in recent times and even though he has never handed in a transfer request, it has always been his desire to leave Chelsea.



The 34-year-old almost signed for Inter Milan in the January transfer window after his former manager Antonio Conte offered him the chance to join them but the proposed move was blocked by Chelsea as they wanted him to remain at the club as another striker option. Milan were part of the uhs that tried to sign Suarez last summer, as well as Juventus, but he ended up signing for Spanish La Liga giants Atlético Madrid and would then go on to help the Rojiblancos to win their first league title since 2014.
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