Former Liverpool striker Luis Suarez has cast some doubt over his future at Barcelona, hinting that he may not be at the club for very long due to his future plans to return to former clubs Ajax and Nacional.
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The Uruguay international only joined Barca last summer after an exceptional few seasons at Anfield, and has performed well in La Liga despite something of a slow start at the Nou Camp.
Alongside the brilliant Lionel Messi and Neymar in attack, Suarez’s form has helped fire Luis Enrique’s side to the top of the Spanish top flight, with the 28-year-old’s winning goal in El Clasico against Real Madrid a particular highlight.
Still, The Sun now quote the player as casting some doubt over his long-term Barca future, as he suggests he is unlikely to see out the remainder of his career with the club due to his commitments elsewhere.
He said: “It’s hard for me to finish my career at Barca. I previously said that I’d end up going back to Ajax and Nacional.”