Luis Suarez says he would only return to Liverpool if he left Barcelona
The 29-year-old also thinks there is no competition in the world like the Premier League
Luis Suarez has said he misses the unpredictability of the premier league and if he would ever return he would only return to Liverpool. The Barcelona striker has been in fine form this season topping the scoring charts in La Liga.
The forward joined Barcelona in the summer of 2014 for a reported fee of €81 million from the Reds after narrowly missing out on the title that season to Manchester City. He won a historic treble of the Champions League, La Liga and the Copa Del Rey with the Catalans in his debut season.
He has formed an admirable partnership with fellow strike partners Messi and Neymar. The trio recently helped Barcelona reached the 100 goal landmark with Suarez scoring almost a third of those goals.
Suarez became a local hero with the Liverpool fans but he currently intends to stay in Spain. In an interview with Daily Mail he said “I'd prefer to stay here for many more years. I know it doesn't always turn out that way. But if I had to return to the Premier League, I would only go to Liverpool.”
The Uruguayan international also stated that money would not be a factor saying, “I wouldn't go to another team. It wouldn't be a move for money. I'd also love to play again for Ajax as they allowed me to develop as a player in Europe”.
Suarez says Premier League is the most unpredictable
Suarez thinks that there is no competition in the world like the Premier League because of its excitable and uncertain nature. We are currently witnessing the closest and most surprising title race yet with Leicester City the shock leaders in the League.
“In the Premier League you never really know what is going to happen, There is very little between the teams. Here, three or four teams aside, there is a difference with the smaller teams. he said.
The La Liga is not as competitive as the Premier League and Suarez acknowledged that saying, “I don't mean this to sound disrespectful but there are some games where you look at the press and they are asking: 'Let's see how many goals Barcelona are going to score today?' In the Premier League, you never know what is going to happen and that is something I miss.”
His former club are in a poor run of form, currently 9th in the table twelve points behind the last Champions League place occupied currently by Manchester City. The Reds face basement dwellers Aston Villa on Saturday and will look to get their season back on track.