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Liverpool striker Luis Suarez says he would "welcome" interest this summer from teams playing in "international club competition games" (via Liverpool Echo).
Suarez, 26, leads the Premier League with 22 goals this season in 29 appearances. He joined Liverpool from Ajax in 2011 and is under contract until 2017.
Bayern Munich and Juventus have been linked with Suarez, and with Liverpool in danger of failing to qualify for European competition through the league, he could look to play elsewhere.
The Champions League isn't mentioned by name, but it is assumed Suarez would like to play for a club in the competition. Suarez, speaking in Uruguay ahead of a World Cup qualifier, is quoted as saying:
If another team comes around with more prospects of competing in international club competition games, which is willing to have me, they are welcome. We would talk to the club. We would see if I want to go, (or) if I don’t want to go.
Meanwhile, Liverpool's managing director Ian Ayre has said the club expects Suarez to remain at Anfield next season. Per BBC Sport: "We love Luis being at Liverpool, he loves being at Liverpool and we fully expect him to be at Liverpool next season."
Ayre also speculated that Suarez's intentions might have been "lost in translation."