Luis Suarez has revealed that he is still dreaming of a move to Spanish side Real Madrid by admitting it would be impossible to say no to the Bernabeu club - despite being strongly linked with a move to Premier League outfit Arsenal,.
The Uruguayan has been very open about his desire of quitting Anfield and has admitted on numerous occasions that he doesn't see his future at the Merseyside club.
During the Confederations Cup, Suarez admitted to missing playing in the Champions League and also said that he wanted to leave England altogether as he believes his reputation has been damaged beyond repair after his latest saga involving Branislav Ivanovic.
The striker was banned for 10 games after he bit Ivanovic during Liverpool's 2-2 draw with Chelsea at the end of last season and he was reportedly ready to leave England until Arsenal showed an interest in the striker.
The Gunners have already had two bids rejected for the 26-year-old and they remain in the driving seat to sign the Liverpool striker.
However the player himself has revealed that he is dreaming of a move to Spain in order to join Madrid.
Suarez, who was interviewed by Spanish magazine Marca, admitted that it would be impossible for him to say no to Madrid - but he has revealed that the club never contacted Liverpool or himself personally, so he doubts a deal will be arranged.
"There were a lot of rumours (about Real) that were different to reality: Madrid never called me personally or Liverpool to try and negotiate," said Suarez.
"Every player aspires to reach the top and Real Madrid is among the most important clubs in the world.
"It would be very difficult to say no to Real Madrid."
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