Paris Saint-Germain eyeing for Uruguayan strike-force: Cavani and Suarez
Liverpool’s notorious striker, Luis Suarez has revealed that he would be open to a transfer to Ligue 1 club Paris Saint-Germain. The Uruguayan international has been linked up with a number of clubs this season, especially after the racism saga and his refusal to shake Patrice Evra’s hand.
In a recent interview, the 25-year-old striker told media that he would be willing to play for the mega-rich French club that was just recently bought by the Qatar Investment Authority.
Suarez controversial behavior at the Merseyside has made him an unwanted man in the eyes of Liverpool owner, John W Henry. After the racism incident, Henry was ready to sell off the prodigal Uruguayan international, however manager Kenny Dalglish intervened and gave Suarez another chance to perform.
Now, Suarez has shown acceptance to play for the French club that is showing ambition to bring in silverware and sign top notch players from around the globe. Suarez has also revealed his desire to play alongside his national team captain Diego Lugano.
In a recent interview, Suarez commented on the issue:
“Yes, I could go to Paris, like many big teams.”
“There are many big clubs with such a reputation that want to build a top team and Paris is one of those teams that is recruiting to strengthen.
“I would love [if Lugano and I] could play together.”
Kenny Dalglish, who is a big fan of Suarez and understands his importance at Liverpool, will try to break down this transfer. As a matter of fact as soon as these transfer rumors hit the airwaves Dalglish came forth with an answer for transfer speculation.
“Nobody has spoken to us but it wouldn’t make any difference,” Dalglish told reporters in his press conference.
“It [PSG] reversed the charges, the call would not get taken. It’s the usual story.”
Suarez is not the only Uruguayan that has received a call up from PSG. His fellow striker Edinson Cavani has also confirmed interest from PSG. In a recent press release, Cavani revealed that he had been in talks with Lugano over the possibility of a transfer.
“I would love to have this experience,” Cavani said, who has been in brilliant form this season. “Diego [Lugano] and I did speak of a transfer.”