Uruguayan striker claims he remains committed to the Reds.
Liverpool striker Luis Suarez insists he’s ‘comfortable’ and ‘extremely happy’ at the Anfield club in the face of increasing speculation regarding a summer exit, according to The Guardian.
The Uruguayan international has been in dazzling form this year, netting a total of 25 goals, 18 of which have been in the Premier League.
Suarez has attracted the attention of a number of top clubs this season with Liverpool continuing to struggle under the guidance of manager Brendan Rodgers. While Rodgers is not blamed for the club’s current failings, it is uncertain whether Suarez will be willing to wait for the former Swansea City boss to turn things round.
A move looks to have come closer in recent weeks following the announcement that former Barcelona manager Pep Guardiola will take over at Bundesliga leaders Bayern Munich next season. Suarez is currently represented by Guardiola’s brother, Pere Guardiola, and a number of reports in recent weeks have suggested that Guardiola is set to make Suarez his top summer transfer target.
Suarez may find the temptation hard to resist should Guardiola come calling. Bayern are currently impressing on the European stage with their slick brand of attacking football and Suarez is known to be unhappy with what he perceives as unfair treatment towards him by the English press.