Confirmed: Liverpool suffer Suarez setback

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Highly rated Barcelona youngster Jeffren Suarez has ruled out a summer move to Liverpool according to talkSPORT.

The 23-year-old winger has struggled to break into the first team at the Nou Camp, and was rumoured to be growing increasingly frustrated at a lack of opportunities under manager Pep Guardiola.

Reports in the Spanish press accredited Liverpool with a firm interest in Suarez, and were said to be lining up an approach to bring him to Anfield in the summer.

Reds boss Kenny Dalglish is set to embark on a £50million foray into the transfer market when the window reopens in June, with Suarez thought to be included in plans to strengthen Liverpool's playing squad.


However, the Venezuelan-born forward has refuted claims linking him with a summer switch to Merseyside, insisting he is happy in Spain.

"I do not want to go because I want to succeed in this club," said Jeffren, who has started just three La Liga games this season.

"I hope to have more minutes on the pitch and my biggest wish is to remain at Barca."

After spending £58million in the January window to secure the services of Jeffren's namesake Luis Suarez and Andy Carroll, Liverpool's attention now turns to wide midfield additions with a view to providing extra firepower for their newly acquired strike partnership.

And with the backing of owners Fenway Sports Group, Liverpool fans are anticipating exciting times ahead with a flurry of transfer activity both in and out of Anfield this summer.

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