Suarez keen on La Liga move

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Liverpool frontman Luis Suarez has admitted he dreams of playing in La Liga before his career is over, according to

The Uruguayan international said Serie A, the Premier League and La Liga are Europe's top leagues, and that he would one day like to test his ability in Spain.

The 25-year-old forward joined Liverpool from Ajax in a £23m transfer in January 2011, and has quickly established himself as one of the Reds' key players.

However, in a Twitter webcat on, the Anfield striker said he hopes to test himself away from the Premier League.

"I hope to play in Spain in the future, because together with the English and Italian leagues, they are the best in the world," said Suarez.

"Any player would dream of playing there."

The Reds forward has hit 15 league goals in his first full campaign in England, but has been linked with a move away from Anfield since he received an eight-game ban for racially abusing Manchester United defender Patrice Evra in December 2011.

Serie A champions Juventus and French side PSG are reportedly interested in securing his services, but it seems Suarez would favour a move to Spain should he decide to leave Anfield.

Liverpool face a summer of transition after Reds boss Kenny Dalglish was sacked despite winning the Carling Cup and reaching the FA Cup final. However, poor performances in the Premier League, which saw Liverpool finish eighth, are thought to have cost Dalglish his job.

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