Barcelona striker Luis Suarez has admitted that he misses playing for former club Liverpool and the ‘incredible’ fans that used to support him at Anfield, the Daily Star reports.
The Uruguayan international cut a controversial figure during his time in England, but is fondly remembered by Reds fans for banging in a total of 84 goals and nearly guiding the club to the Premier League title.
He made a £75million move to Barcelona in the summer of 2014, and though he has enjoyed immediate success in Spain, he has opened up about his time in the Northwest and expressed his fond memories of his spell in Red.
“I have missed the fans. The (Anfield) atmosphere is incredible, it’s incredible,” he said.
“Everyone that has played for Liverpool knows how important the supporters are. They know that they are in my heart.”
And he then went on to hint that he could be open to making a return to the club one day in the future.
“You never know what will happen in the future,” he added.
“If I was to return to England, it would be to play for Liverpool – not for any other team.”
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