Liverpool striker Luis Suarez has admitted he could move to Paris Saint-Germain in an interview with French television, the
Suarez was conducting the interview with international colleague and Napoli striker Edinson Cavani, and the pair were asked about the possibility of playing with Diego Lugano, the Uruguay captain who moved to PSG last summer.
Suarez is quoted as saying he would “love to play at the same club as [Lugano],” adding: “I could come to Paris. Paris are one of those clubs that are recruiting to make themselves stronger.” Cavani reportedly echoed Suarez’s sentiments.
Paris Saint-Germain owner Nasser Al Khleaif last week revealed his club were interested in signing a striker in the summer, with Suarez and Real Madrid forward Gonzalo Higuain two names to be mentioned. Liverpool manger Kenny Dalglish rejected the idea Suarez could be sold in the summer days later but Suarez’s comments could set off a fresh round of speculation.
Since their takeover by Qatari billionaires last summer Paris Saint-Germain have gone on a petrodollar fuelled spending spree, bringing in the likes of Palermo forward Javier Pastore, French striker Kevin Gameiro, ex-Chelsea defender Alex, Inter’s Italy international Thiago Motta, former Liverpool midfielder Mohammed Sissoko and Lugano, bought from Turkish side Fenerbahce.
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