Liverpool striker Luis Suarez has enquired about life at Juventus, according to his compatriot Martin Caceres.
The Reds have just announced Brendan Rodgers as their new manager, but this has not stopped speculation regarding his future and now his Uruguay teammate Caceres has revealed Suarez was interested as to environment in Turin.
It was a difficult season for the 25-year-old, he was banned for nine games by the FA after being found guilty of racially abusing Manchester United’s Patrice Evra and Liverpool slipped to eighth in the Premier League.
The controversy around him had led to rumours he was feeling unsettled at Anfield, but Caceres was confident Suarez would remain on Merseyside for now at least.
“It's true that Luis and I have talked about Juventus. He has asked me about the club without going into any details,” Caceres told Tuttosport.
“I told him that Juventus are a team that always want to win. He liked what I told him about the club, but he's happy at Liverpool at the moment.”
The defender has been celebrating winning the Serie A title with Juventus and taking the plaudits for going the entire league season with losing a single game.
Suarez has been impressive for Liverpool since joining from Dutch side Ajax in January 2011, but struggled to find the net last season.