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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Atlético Madrid striker Luis Suarez has revealed that his friend and former teammate Lionel Messi is happy for him even though they both no longer play for the same club anymore. Suarez left Barcelona at the end of last season following the arrival of Ronald Koeman as the club’s new manager. Koeman was brought in to replace Quique Setien who was sacked by the club’s board following a run of poor performance and results.

After Koeman took over as the new manager, one of the first decisions he made was to tell Suarez that he is no longer trusted at the club and that he should start looking for a new club because they felt he could no longer perform at the highest level. The Uruguayan international striker then left Camp Nou and signed for Barca’s rivals Atletico Madrid in a £7 million deal.
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With the summer transfer window drawing closer as each week passes, football fans are expected to be looking forward to their clubs making new signings, as well as letting go of those who have been deemed surplus to requirements at their clubs. There are also expected to be several twists and turns, and players who could also make shocking returns to their former clubs, and one of those scenarios is a possible transfer of Luis Suarez back to Liverpool from Atletico Madrid.

Suarez is a player who is adored and idolized by Liverpool fans following his hugely successful stint at Anfield during his time there. However, despite his heroics and his prolific goal-scoring abilities he had during his Liverpool days, he, unfortunately, was unable to win any trophy at the Merseyside outfit.
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Uruguay striker Luis Suarez has scored a lot of important goals for Atletico Madrid in the Spanish top flight since his transfer to the capital last summer and he scored two more during the re-arranged league match at Eibar on Thursday night. Luis Suarez was responsible for both Atletico Madrid goals as the La Liga leaders came from conceding an early penalty to secure three points against Eibar and also extend their lead over city rivals Real Madrid at the La Liga summit. Luis Suarez scored twice either side of the break to lead Atletico Madrid to a 2-1 victory away from home.

Atletico Madrid conceded the first goal of the game when Serbian goalkeeper Marko Dimitrov scored from the penalty spot on 12 minutes. Eibar led until the final five minutes of the first half when the impressive Luis Suarez charged down a clearance from Eibar midfielder Sergio Alvarez before netting the equaliser for the away team. Luis Suarez scored the first of his two goals on 40 minutes. Atletico Madrid left it late to take all three points after Luis Suarez won and scored the penalty that gave the leaders all the three points. Luis Suarez was fouled by AnaitzArbilla with one minute left on the clock before he produced a cheeky finish from the resulting penalty to give Atletico Madrid all three points.
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