Luis Suarez Is Now Focused On The 2014 FIFA World Cup

Luis Suarez

Liverpool striker Luis Suarez is only focusing on the world cup; Photo Credit: Wikipedia

Luis Suarez the Liverpool striker has said that his all attention is now focused on the 2014 FIFA World Cup that is less than a month away. This is after his club, Liverpool failed to clinch this season’s premier league title.

The 27 years old superstar has had very many speculations around him as far as his football career is concerned. However the star is scheduled to lead his national team Uruguay as they face Costa Rica, Italy and England in the group level matches.

The Liverpool striker finished the season on a very high note as he was the top scorer in the Barclays Premier league after scoring a total of 31 own goals. This has made him walk away with a good number of awards for being an outstanding player in the just ended season.

Liverpool which is the club Suarez plays finished in the second place two points behind Manchester City who have now won the title for the second time. Due to his great performance, Suarez has been linked to Barcelona and Real Madrid.

Despite all this disappointments, Suarez is confident that he will compensate during the 2014 FIFA World Cup. When being interviewed, he said that all his attention has shifted to the World Cup.

He adds that despite having a good season at his club, all the feeling associated to Liverpool will now not matter. Suarez said that Argentina is a team that should not be underrated as they start the world cup.

He however said that the likes of Uruguay, England and Spain should not be taken for granted. Suarez also distanced himself from the claims that Real Madrid and Barcelona are eying him especially as the summer transfer window is underway.

Suarez signed a contract that will go on for four and a half years though it is rumored that the deal had the options that can allow the superstar move from Anfield. He has however dismissed all this rumors.

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