Barcelona striker Luis Suarez has talked about the possibility of moving to Major League Soccer (MLS) before he calls time on his football career.
The former Liverpool player talked about MLS during his latest interview as monitored by Goal.
Luis Suarez talked about Barcelona, injury, MLS and many more in the exclusive interview with Catalan newspaper Sport.
According to him, his focus is on Barcelona at the moment but a move to the MLS could be on the cards towards the end of his career.
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Luis Suarez has 18 months left on his Barcelona deal at the moment and it’s unlikely that the Nou Camp giants will renew his contract.
Recent reports in the Spanish media claimed that Barcelona are already shopping for a replacement for Luis Suarez who has scored six goals for the club in the league this term.
In total, Luis Suarez has scored eight goals in all competitions for Barcelona this season with the other two goals coming in the Champions League game with Inter Milan FC of Italy.
The Uruguayan international scored twice as Barcelona came from a goal down to beat Inter Milan 2-1 at home in what was their second game of their Champions League campaign.