Uruguayan would consider playing in Brazil in the future.
Liverpool striker Luis Suarez has refused to rule out a move to Brazil in the future.
The Uruguayan has made no secret of his desire to leave Anfield this summer, with La Liga giants Real Madrid thought to be leading the chase for the 26-year-old’s signature.
Suarez is currently on international duty at the Confederations Cup and is due to meet hosts Brazil in Wednesday’s semi-final.
When asked by Brazilian media outlet GloboEsporte if he would consider moving to the country in the future, the forward replied: “If I ever have the chance to play in Brazil like [Diego] Lugano, [Carlos] Tevez and [Javier] Mascherano, it would be very good.
“I don’t rule out the possibility. It is a country of great players and where foreigners now go to play not only at the end of their career. Now they’re going there young, at 28, 29 years, because the level of football is very good.”
Suarez bagged 23 Premier League goals in 33 appearances last season but says he wants to leave Merseyside because of his treatment by the UK media.
The former Ajax man again hinted that he wanted to continue growing in his career, adding: “I have the will to succeed, to continue growing in my professional career, as anyone does. I can never stop at one goal. I always try to grow steadily.”