Luis Suarez seen for first time in six weeks during walk with family as Barcelona 'put striker on transfer list'



Posted Thursday, April 30, 2020 by Thesun.co.uk

LUIS SUAREZ has been seen for the first time in public after emerging from his six-week quarantine.

The Barcelona striker is reported to be on the 'for sale' list at the Nou Camp.

Luis Suarez seen for first time in six weeks during walk with family as Barcelona 'put striker on transfer list'
Suarez looked to be moving freely after knee surgery when out on a walk with his family in BarcelonaCredit: BackGrid

But he is far from alone, with every player at the club except Lionel Messi and goalkeeper Marc-Andre ter Stegen said to be available for rivals to sign.

Not that former Liverpool hero Suarez, 33, looked too worried about that while on a stroll with his family near his Barcelona home.

The Uruguay striker, who is contracted to Barca until 2021, chose not to wear a mask as he ventured out with wife Sofia.

Joining them were two of their three children, Benjamin, six, and one-year-old baby Lautaro.

Suarez has been recovering since having knee surgery in January.

He had been suffering from pain for months and was said to be getting through training and games with the help of injections.

Suarez last played in the 3-2 Spanish Super Cup defeat to Atletico Madrid on January 9.

And rumours have been rife that that could have been the last time we will see him play in a Barca top.

Former Uruguay international Sebastian Abreu said he could have signed Suarez had he taken over at Nacional.

Suarez's first club were without a manager late last year when Alvaro Gutierrez quit, with Abreu – who spent three spells there as a player – adamant he was a leading candidate to get the job.

Goal say Abreu said: "I had full, real chances [of being Nacional coach].

"And when in those days, after December 18, Luis was about to come, I said to him: 'Look, Lucho, it is not anything concrete, but there may be a possibility … What's your situation? What do we do?'

"[Abreu claims Suarez replied:] 'If you get to be [coach], let me talk to Sofia, talk about the family. I always told you that if you were a coach I could come back'.

"Going back to Nacional was something that motivated Luis, it was a nice challenge."



Attention: Third parties may advertise their products and/or services on our website.7M does not warrant the accuracy, adequacy or completeness of their contents.
Your dealings with such third parties are solely between you and such third parties and we shall not be liable in any way for any loss or damage of any sort incurred by you.