Luis Suarez has continued his diatribe on life in England by having a pop at Prime Minister David Cameron, according to The
Suarez has been vocal about his displeasure with life at Liverpool, and has blamed the British media for hounding him out of the country, with Real Madrid and Bayern Munich leading the chase for the striker in a deal said to be worth around the £40m mark.
But Suarez has now furthered his battle with the media by moving the attention on to the PM, saying: “David Cameron said I wasn’t an example for the kids or something like that. Why don’t you worry about English citizens? I have lived bad moments, and I’m a human being, you know. I have feelings.
“I’m angry with the English media, as they have never valued me as a footballer. The paparazzi followed me in the streets and I couldn’t carry my daughter to the kindergarten, or I couldn’t go to the supermarket.
“I tried to do my job in England. I cannot apologise to the people in England any more.”
Cameron had said that Suarez “set an appalling example” after the striker was given a 10-match ban for the incident which saw him bite the arm of Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic.
Suarez continues to insist that he has been victimized, having earned a reputation as a diver and also being charged with racially abusing Man United defender Patrice Evra in 2011.
He continued: “I have shown courage in England after what had happened with me and the racism allegations against me. I was having a bad moment in England, they treated me really bad and nobody defended me.
“Maybe I must change and move to another league.”
Suarez’s statement is said to have further angered Liverpool chiefs, who have backed him massively during his stay at Anfield. Having previously shown determination to keep the player and ensure he sees out the remaining three years on his contract, it is believed they are now keen to offload the unhappy player and give manager Brendan Rodgers plenty of time and money in the summer to seek and recruit a replacement.
Goalkeeper Pepe Reina became the first personality from within the club to officially comment on Suarez’s apparently imminent departure, saying: “Liverpool is a great club but I’m sure he wants to fight for titles. He wants to play with the best. Luis is 26 and has to think about his career.”
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