After leaving Atlético Madrid, Luis Suárez warned that he wants to continue his career in Europe. Despite River’s offer falling in the middle, which he eventually turned down due to the millionaire’s exit from the Copa Libertadores, the pistolero made it clear that he wants to continue football in the old continent. And now there seems to be a candidate team that could sign him…
Suárez does not yet know where he will continue his career.
Amid pressure from Nacional fans to wear the Bolso shirt again, a club he started playing professionally in 2005, The Uruguayan striker would have been offered to Borussia Dortmund. As Sky Sports reports, his name was raised from the former Barcelona environment, knowing full well that the Bundesliga side had to accept the recent loss Sebastian Haller.
Haller had diagnosed a testicular tumor.
The 28-year-old French attacker arrived from Ajax to replace Erling Haaland’s departure to Manchester City but a testicular tumor was diagnosed in the last few hours and he was desperately off concentration. Of course, the most important thing is the player’s health, so his future on the pitches is uncertain. In this context, the option of Suárez joining could be considered.
In Uruguay, meanwhile, Nacional is waiting for a definition. The President, José Fuentes, traveled to Spain on Tuesday to meet with the pistolero and persuade him to turn back. In principle, Bag’s directors wanted to respect the forward’s belief in staying in Europe, but when they learned he would be signing with River, they began the return campaign.
The photo used in the networks to seek the return of Suárez to Nacional.
With #SuárezANacional a global trending topic on multiple occasions, there’s still no certainty where the 35-year-old attacker will play. With the clear goal of making up minutes and reaching the World Cup in Qatar as best as possible with his team, It was rumored to be in the binders of clubs in Spain, Italy and the Netherlands as well, although there’s nothing official at the moment.
The chance of reaching Borussia Dortmund sounds interesting as the Bundesliga is one of the big leagues in Europe and the dispute over a new Champions League is looming. Also, of course, to help the team in their quest to dethrone Bayern Munich locally… Will Suárez have his first football experience in Germany?