Luis Suarez available on free transfer as Nacional president confirms striker will leave Uruguayan side before World Cup | The Sun

LUIS SUAREZ will soon be available on a free transfer after it was confirmed the striker will leave Nacional.

The 35-year-old returned to his first club 16 years after leaving it this summer.

The Uruguayan side's season finishes at the end of October, when Suarez will depart.

It means the star will be a free signing before the World Cup, when he is expected to be a part of Uruguay's squad.

The Nacional president Jose Fuentes confirmed the arrangement.

He said: "As soon as the [Uruguay] season is over, Suarez will leave.


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"That is what we agreed at the time. I'm saying this so as to not generate false expectations. He made a huge effort to come here. Suarez will leave."

There are only a handful of games left in the Uruguayan league but they could be the perfect preparation for Suarez ahead of the World Cup.

The ex-Liverpool star has been included in the squad for this month's international games away at Iran and Canada.

He is also expected to be involved in Qatar with the forward Uruguay's top international goal scorer of all time with 68 goals in 132 appearances.

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With Suarez available on a free, clubs may be tempted to make a move if they are in need of a goal scorer.

The striker has an exceptional record stretching back over a decade and scored in impressive volume at Ajax, Liverpool, Barcelona and Atletico Madrid.

If he were to return to the Premier League, his comeback would come after Diego Costa's sensational move to Wolves after his successful spell at Chelsea.

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