Luis Suarez is reportedly open to a move to the MLS should he be done playing for Barcelona. The Uruguayan striker referred to a move to the MLS as a nice possibility, suggesting that its bar has been raised in recent years.
The former Liverpool man’s future at the Camp Nou is uncertain as Barcelona are linked to Haaland as a possible replacement.
Suarez has formed a formidable partnership with Messi since his arrival at the Catalan capital and has scored a gargantuan 185 goals in 260 appearances in all competitions for the Blaugranas.
Luis Suarez, 32 is gradually approaching his last years with Barcelona chiefs looking at the possibility of signing a replacement.
According to sports news outlet, Goal, the Laliga giants are interested in moves for Haaland and Lautaro Martinez with Suarez contract set to end in 2021. It is suggested that the Blaugranas aren’t interested in giving him a deal beyond that.
When asked about a possible switch to the United States, Suarez spoke highly of the MLS, stating that it was an attractive option for him.
The Uruguay International told ESPN:
“MLS is a competition which has grown a lot in the last few years and you can see that with the young players that have moved there in the last two years, above all the South Americans.
“That shows that the league wants to grow and not just bring in players of a certain age that are going to retire there. They look for that mix to make the league better.
“I have a contract with Barca and I am very happy here. In the future you never know, it’s an attractive league.
“Given that I have been lucky to have had success at the top level for a long time, what I would look out for [next] is stability for my family and the well-being of my children. They would all make the decision along with me and the United States is a nice possibility.”