Eye-catching forward is set to play against Spain on Sunday.
Controversial Liverpool front man Luis Suarez says that he is only concentrating on winning this month’s Confederations Cup with Uruguay and not his future with the Merseyside giants ahead of the tournament, reports the Daily Mirror.
The mercurial Uruguay international is currently out in Brazil preparing for the start of one of Fifa’s global show-piece events, the Confederations Cup that acts as a dummy run for next summer’s World Cup finals.
And the 26-year-old says that he is not going to use the competition to display his vast array of skills and talents to any prospective buyers this summer, with the attacker having recently been heavily linked with a £40 million transfer to Real Madrid when the summer transfer window finally reopens for action once again on July 1 after having netted an eye-catching 30 goals in only 44 games in all competition for the Reds last season.
“Here I come to play for Uruguay and not thinking what I can do to benefit a transfer,” Suarez said.
“My only goal is to win the cup.””I had wrong attitudes, I recognised my mistakes, I apologised and would love to be valued more for my game on the field.
“I had wrong attitudes, I recognised my mistakes, I apologised and would love to be valued more for my game on the field.”