Luis Suarez is a former Uruguayan international currently playing for Gremio in Brazil. He has played for some of the most prestigious clubs in Europe, including Ajax, Liverpool, Barcelona, and Atletico Madrid, and has an impressive total of 82 goals and 46 assists in 133 games for Anfield.
He also scored 68 goals in 137 games for the national team, forming one of the strongest forward lineups in the world with Diego Forlan and Edinson Cavani, and terrorizing opposing defenses at club and national level.
And now it is time for Liverpool to evolve with Darwin Nunez, a junior member of the national team.
The striker joined the club last season and was often criticized for his lack of decision-making ability, often missing when he had the chance to show up.
Suarez spoke highly of the 24-year-old forward, who has shown signs of improvement after shrugging off the second-year jinx, and talked about the discussions they had during his first year in England when he was struggling and how he was entrusted with the number in the Uruguayan national team.
“He has potential, technical ability and physical power that he is showing,”
“As a teammate, I am not surprised because I knew, even when he had a bad time in Liverpool last year I spoke to him, in Liverpool they told me to talk to him, I advised him and told him what English football was.”
“He, with the heart he has, opened up and told me what It had happened to him at that moment, we talked about it.”
“Also, about the number nine shirt in the national team, I told him that when I leave I want him to grab it.”
“That’s why, if you listen to Darwin’s statements, he says it with total sincerity.”
“As a teammate I am happy for him; I spoke about it internally, and before the game with Brazil.”
“These are things that we are happy about as teammates, we are different, we are from different generations, and I am happy for the moment that he is experiencing in his club and in the national team.”AUF TV