Liverpool star Luis Suarez has told The Sport Book he has no regrets about the financial realities of the Premier League.
The Uruguay international joined Liverpool for £50m in January 2013, but only started the season in the Premier Division, before scoring the winner against Tottenham on the final day of the season.
In the months that followed, he was linked with a move away from Anfield, with clubs in the Champions League, the FA Cup and a Champions League place all in the offing.
“I have no regrets,” said the 22-year-old.
“I’m happy in the club.
You want to win games. “
It’s a fantastic club, it’s a wonderful club, and it’s all about the passion of the fans, and the atmosphere.
You want to win games.
And to score goals.
You never want to give up, and that’s why we are doing this.”
That’s why I have to do this for myself, because I’m happy.
It’s all right for me to go out there and score goals, and try to make the team better.
“And when you play for Liverpool, you always want to play for your club, so I’m trying to help Liverpool win.
I’m a great player.
I love this team, and this club, the supporters, and everybody.”
Luis Suarez joined Liverpool on a three-year deal for £49.6m in 2013, scoring his first two goals in the Reds’ 3-0 win against Everton.
The Uruguayan has since become Liverpool’s top scorer with 16 goals this season, and has been linked with moves to Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal.
However, despite being linked with clubs all over Europe, Suarez insists he is in no rush to depart Liverpool.
“No, not at all,” he said.
“For me, I’m enjoying the club and the team, but if I’m not playing, I’ll go somewhere else.””
Suarez said he did not want to take his career back to a certain point, and instead wanted to stay at Liverpool to be reunited with his old club.””
For me, I’m enjoying the club and the team, but if I’m not playing, I’ll go somewhere else.”
Suarez said he did not want to take his career back to a certain point, and instead wanted to stay at Liverpool to be reunited with his old club.
“It’s not easy for a young player to come here, because the club has to win trophies, but I want to be here to play in the championship and the Champions league, to be part of this club,” he added.
“So, to win a championship, and then to play Champions League in the second place is great.
It is something I want.”