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Luis Suarez: It would be an "honour" to play in the Serie A

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Liverpool striker Luis Suarez has revealed that it would be an honour to play in the Serie A in the future, reports The Daily Star

The Uruguayan international has had a sensational season for Brendan Rodgers' side, having struck 24 Premier League goals so far.

And the forward has also revealed that he received an offer a couple of years ago from a team in Italy's elite division. 

Speaking to the Gazzetta dello Sport, Suarez said: “Two years ago I received an important offer from Serie A.

“I was in the eye of a storm but I decided to stay at Liverpool. Who was it? I’m not going to say.

“Never say never in the future. My immediate future is at Liverpool, but it would be an honour to join the history of South Americans who have gone to Serie A.”

Liverpool fans will be hoping he sticks around on Merseyside for a couple of years yet. Suarez has built up one of the deadliest attacking forces in England alongside Daniel Sturridge in this campaign. 

Suarez and Co. will be hoping to secure a place in the Champions League places this season - and may even target the Premier League title. 

Liverpool currently sit second in the league table and are just four points behind Chelsea with 10 fixtures still remaining. Rodgers' side will be desperate to continue their form in the final stages of the season. 

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