Luis Suarez: Uruguay striker has ‘preliminary agreement’ to rejoin first club Nacional

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Luis Suarez
Suarez has performed at three World Cup tournaments

Former Liverpool and Barcelona striker Luis Suarez says he has “a preliminary settlement” to rejoin his first membership Nacional in his native Uruguay.

The 35-year-old is a free agent after leaving Atletico Madrid when his contract expired this summer time.

Suarez’s return to Nacional is predicted to be till a minimum of the beginning of the 2022 World Cup in November.

In a video on social media, he mentioned particulars could be finalised and “we hope to achieve the settlement all of us need”.

Roughly 20,000 Nacional fans wore Suarez masks at a latest sport after they have been linked with the ahead.

He made his skilled debut for Nacional at 18, in 2005, serving to them win the Uruguayan league title to earn a transfer to Europe with Groningen the next season.

“Initially I wish to say thanks for the nice affection proven to me and my household these previous couple of days,” mentioned Suarez.

He added that this had made it inconceivable “to reject the potential for returning to play for Nacional and we’ve a preliminary settlement with the membership”.

Luis Suarez played for youth club Urreta in Montevideo
Suarez joined Nacional’s youth staff at 14 and left the membership in 2006 aged 19

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