Liverpool striker Luis Suarez has admitted he may be open to a move to French club Paris Saint Germain, who have reportedly set their sights on the 25-year-old Uruguayan, according to a report in The Sun.
The forward, who served an eight-game ban for racially abusing Manchester United player Patrice Evra, says he would love to play alongside Diego Lugano, the Uruguayan national team captain, should he join the French club.
"I would feel supported and helped playing in the same team as Diego. Paris are a big team, the club is becoming what it used to be again," The Sun quoted the Uruguayan striker as saying.
When asked specifically if he wanted to come to Paris, Suarez added there were several other clubs he could play for.
"Yes, I could come to Paris, like lots of other clubs. There are lots of big clubs with such a reputation who want to build a strong team and Paris are one of these teams who buy to strengthen their side," ESPN quoted Suarez as saying.
However, Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish has brushed aside all rumours of Suarez moving on.
"Nobody has spoken to us but it wouldn't make any difference. It [PSG] reversed the charges, the call would not get taken. It's the usual story," Goal.com quoted Dalglish as saying.
Despite his poor disciplinary record, Suarez, who transferred from Ajax to Liverpool for £23m in January 2011, has been critical to the Reds' campaign, having scored 10 times in 25 games.