Red-hot forward is expected to exit the Reds imminently.
Unsettled Liverpool front man Luis Suarez has now come out and attacked British Prime Minister David Cameron as the Uruguayan edges ever closer to departing Anfield this summer, reports the Sunday Mirror.
The controversial Uruguay international has been the subject of intense speculation of late linking him with a £40 million move to Spanish giants Real Madrid when the transfer window once again opens for business on July 1.
Suarez, 26, is currently back home in his native Uruguay preparing for a friendly international against France, and has used this opportunity to criticise the way in which the English press have attacked him following his recent ten-match ban from The Football Association for biting Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic on the upper arm in a Premier League contest in April.
And now the coveted attacker has also hit out at Cameron, who had said in the aftermath of the incident that Suarez had “set the most appalling example”.
“David Cameron said I wasn’t an example for the kids or something like that. Why don’t you worry about English citizens?” asked Suarez.
“I have lived bad moments, and I’m a human being, you know. I have feelings.
“I’m angry with the English media, as they have never valued me as a footballer.
“The paparazzi followed me in the streets and I couldn’t carry my daughter to the kindergarten, or I couldn’t go to the supermarket.
“I tried to do my job in England. I cannot apologise to the people in England any more.”
“I have shown courage in England after what had happened with me and the racism allegations against me.
“I was having a bad moment in England, they treated me really bad and nobody defended me.
“Maybe I must change and move to another league.”
Suarez has netted 51 goals in only 96 matches in all competitions for the Reds since arriving at the club from Ajax in Jan 2011.