LUIS SUAREZ REMAINS unsure of whether he will leave Liverpool and has not yet discussed his future with the club.
Speaking while away on international duty with Uruguay on Thursday, the forward expressed his unhappiness with his treatment from the English media, which he feels has been unfair.
Suarez was handed a 10-game suspension after biting Chelsea’s Branislav Ivanovic in a Premier League match in April and admitted the aftermath of this incident could force him to leave Merseyside.
“I don’t know when or where I will go to or whether I will stay,” the 26-year-old said.
“If I stay, I will be thrilled because Liverpool is an amazing club but they realise that it will be difficult because of the constant hounding I receive from the press.
“The club fully understands that. I went through a really tough, very difficult period when there were a lot of lies said about me – that is what made me angry.
“Everyone has their limits and my family also suffer and that is not easy for me.”
Despite leaving the door open for a departure from Anfield, the former Ajax man quashed claims that a deal was in place with Real Madrid, after admitting he would be tempted by a move to the La Liga club on Wednesday.
“I said it would be difficult to turn down Madrid because I believe that it’s impossible to say no to any of the big clubs – the sides where you dream of playing.
“But right now, nothing has happened. I haven’t spoken to Real Madrid or Liverpool.
“My agent hasn’t said anything to me either and that is comforting to me. There has been a lot of speculation.”