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Luis Suarez admits he would leave Liverpool in the future

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Liverpool superstar Luis Suarez has revealed that he will definitely leave the club in the future… but only so that he can finish his career with Ajax.

According to the Metro, citing an interview with Suarez in Helden Magazine, the Anfield faithful can rest easy for now, as the Uruguayan has admitted to wanting to leave Merseyside at some point, but only when he is at the back end of his career. Speculation has been rife over whether or not the free-scoring forward will leave Brendan Rodgers’ side in the summer transfer window, as Real Madrid have been credited with strong interest.

The Metro’s report claims that Suarez absolutely wants to finish his career at the club which allowed him to rise to prominence in Europe before his switch to Liverpool in 2011. The 27-year-old netted 111 goals in all competitions for the Dutch outfit, and told Helden that more than just being open to a return to the Amsterdam ArenA, he would actively angle for a move back.

“I would definitely go back to Ajax,” Suarez said.

“Even if the coach there doesn’t want me, I’m going. Definitely.

“Ajax is very important for me: ideal club, taught me a lot, using both feet, playing with the ball and being a team player.”

Coming off the back of his most impressive season to date - in which he has scored 31 Premier League goals and counting - Suarez’s signature is one that most of the top clubs in world football would happily take. Will he be prepared to leave Liverpool this summer though?

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