After publicly stating that he is fed up with the English media, the question now is: is Luis Suarez happy in England? 

His numbers would say he is after scoring 6 goals in only 5 Premier League games.

Not only that, but his partnership is one of the league's best. 

Regular playing time, good wages, and a good run of form are something that Suarez is almost certainly guaranteed at Anfield. So should he move elsewhere?

Arsenal, Chelsea, and Real Madrid were all clubs that were interested in signing him in the summer. 

Should he move to any of these clubs? Would Suarez be happier? 

Moving to either Chelsea or Arsenal would not solve the problem that he has.

He would still face criticism from the harsh English media.

Arsenal, however, would give him a decent amount of playing time due their shortage of strikers.

Chelsea have the complete opposite problem. With currently 3 strikers, and the in-form Romelu Lukaku set to return at the end of the season from his loan spell at Everton, Luis would not be the star that he is at Liverpool or could be at Arsenal.

Madrid seems like an ideal destination for him.

With only Benzema and Morata as their front-men, Real Madrid would add another quality player to their ranks with Suarez.

Morata is still a youngster and would appear to be ok with minimal playing time.

So Suarez would have to battle it out with Frenchman Karim Benzema. 

An escape from troubles and the chance to play for one of the world's most elite clubs would surely tempt Suarez.

But come the end of the season, his future should be sorted out. 

Final Analysis:

Suarez should either stay at Liverpool to continue progressing into an even better footballer, or move to Madrid, should they bid, in order to escape the troubles that have continued in England.  

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