Stephen Warnock urges Tottenham Hotspur to land Luis Suarez

 

Former Premier League ace Stephen Warnock has urged Tottenham Hotspur to make the move for Luis Suarez, who could be available on a free transfer from Barcelona. The Uruguay international has been deemed surplus to requirements after the arrival of manager Ronald Koeman and the Blaugrana are open to terminating his contract which expires next summer.


Earlier this month, it was claimed that Suarez could make the switch to Juventus, but the move appears unlikely to happen with the former Liverpool man not keen on heading to the Serie A. Speaking on BBC Radio 5 Live, Warnock has now urged Spurs to move for the services of Suarez, who has prior Premier League experience.
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Suarez wants to finish off the season well and focus on Champions League

 

Luis Suarez has conceded the title to their arch-rivals Real Madrid saying that winning the title was impossible. Real Madrid has long ago secured the lead and with Barca failing to secure any more wins has led the title to slip away. When the league resumed Barca was the one leading the table but with the absence of wins, they were pushed down the league table.


Last week Barca still had a chance to win the league as they were left with the two matches to play. The match against Osasuna was their last chance left on the title but with defeat for 2–1 led them more astray from the league title. Messi wasn’t happy about the defeat and he has shown his frustration on how the team has been slacking off.
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Luis Suarez ready to come back from knee injury

 

Luiz Suarez is ready to be back on the pitch after the knee surgery. La Liga will be resuming next week and the clubs are back to training. The team doctors have agreed that he is fit to play when the league resumes. He had the surgery on January and it was anticipated that he will be missing out the whole 2019–2020 season. But with the advent of COVID 19 pandemic,the season was suspended from March. As he is now recovered from the injury, he will be playing for Barca in the remaining session of the season.

Barca will be playing their first match against Mallorca on June 13. He played his last match against Atletico Madrid in Supercopa de Espana where they were defeated. Suarez is happy of his return and is more than glad to play for the team. There are 11 remaining matches left in the league and he is ready to play after the four months of injury break.
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Suarez on the road to the recovery before season resumes

 

Luis Suarez is set on the recovery process from his injury and will be joining the team soon. La Liga is to return by June whereas the training will commence from mid-May. The league has been suspended due to coronavirus from the middle of March. The teams will be undergoing medical tests and precautionary measures will be taken to ensure the health of all players and other staff. La Liga 2019–2020 season was suspended with Barcelona leading the tables with one point ahead of Real Madrid. The Catalan club is looking forward to sign Lautaro Martinez in the transfer window and Neymar is another the target they are focussing on.


Suarez was feared to be on the benches for the rest of the matches due to the knee injury. But the new reports say that he will be back soon and is recovering from the injury in a steady manner.
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Luis Suarez provides update on his recovery from his knee injury

Barcelona striker Luis Suarez has said that he is making good progress following a surgery for a knee injury. The Uruguay international has been sidelined since the beginning of January with the injury setback and it has been previously indicated that he requires at least four months to fully recover from the concern.


However, speaking to the club’s official website, Suarez is hopeful of returning to action earlier than predicted such that he can contribute for the team during the final weeks of the season, he told: “It’s difficult to be in this situation, you have to be very strong psychologically, but from the beginning I was prepared. It was the best thing I could do as I was very tired.”
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