Liverpool target Jeffren Suarez has shelved all talks surrounding his future until after this summer's European U21 Championships in Denmark.
The 23-year-old Spaniard holds ambitions of breaking into the Barcelona first-team, but admits it is a dream realised by few players, and that he may be forced to move elsewhere in order to further his career.
According to Goal.com, the highly rated winger has caught the attention of Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish, who is looking to add to his wide midfield options at Anfield this summer.
The Reds have already completed business that sees England U21 international midfielder Jordan Henderson move to Anfield, but Dalglish is seeking further backing from Liverpool owners Fenway Sports Group as he plans to build a side capable of challenging for the title next season.
Suarez could be a part of those plans after being identified by Reds director of football Damien Comolli as a player who would improve the playing squad.
But the prodigious talent is adamant he will not discuss his future until the summer tournament is over.
"To be honest, I do not like to see my name mentioned in the papers day after day," he said.
"I do not read any papers at the moment, because all that matters right now is the national team.
"My future becomes an issue again when I return to Barcelona after the competition," he added.
"We will have to think very hard about the next step, [but] I can only see myself playing in the Primera Division at the moment."
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