The future of the Uruguayan striker Luis Suarez remains unknown after Atlético de Madrid announced he would not be renewing his contract. At 35, he gunslinger you want to continue to compete at the highest level to arrive in top form at the Qatar 2022 World Cup, which could be the last of his career.
Much has been speculated about his next destination. After rule out joining River Plate after being knocked out of Copa Libertadores, the Uruguayan national He was listed as the leading candidate to hold his goals.
However, in Germany, his name was born after the unfortunate loss suffered by Borussia Dortmund in attack, when the club announced the departure of Sebastien Haller when a testicular tumor is diagnosed.
As reported Sky Sport Germanythe old barcelona offered to fill the void left by the Ivorian strikerwho had recently signed for the German club after Erling Haaland left Manchester City in exchange for 31 million euros plus 4 other goals.
Haller, signed by Dortmund from Ajax, suffers from testicular cancer and earlier this week he had to quit training pre-season to undergo treatment, the German club said in a statement.
With no date set for his return, heThe German entity would be forced to return to the market to replace that loss and a possible interest in Luis Suárez, who retains his free agent status, cannot be ruled out.
The decision is in the hands of Sebastien Kehlthe head of the sports area of BVBwho must act quickly since in just three weeks the new season in the Bundesliga will start.
It’s no secret that the experienced Uruguayan striker wants to continue his career in Europe as a think it’s him the most favorable scenario to arrive in optimal conditions at the Qatar 2022 World Cup. In this sense, Borussia Dortmund could be a good option because their league is very competitive and they will also be able to play the Champions League against the best teams on the continent.
The shooter racked up 33 goals in his last two seasons in Spanish football and continues to be a threat in the rival zone. The decision is in the hands of the German team, who could also bet on granting minutes to their 17-year-old jewel, Youssoufa Moukoko.