Thomas Tuchel opens up and addresses rumours that Superstar could make Stamford Bridge move

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Thomas Tuchel claims to have no intention of rekindling his interest in Luis Suarez now that he is calling the shots at Chelsea

The South American has thrived in the Premier League before, with an eventful three-and-a-half years spent at Liverpool between January 2011 and the summer of 2014, and during his time at Anfield, Suarez scored 82 goals through 133 appearances.

He opened a new chapter in his career when linking up with Barca and went on to plunder 198 goals for the Liga giants, but A return to England could be made if the money and sporting project was right, but Tuchel is not interested in a deal

Tuchel told reporters when asked about his previous interest in Suarez: “It was a possibility. We heard the rumours he was about to leave Barcelona, and who cannot be interested in signing one of the best strikers in world football history and the present?

“We tried our luck, we did not make it. He decided to stay in Spain, move to Atletico, and has proven his quality.

“He is a natural striker, a born striker, and has the certain mentality that only strikers have. This mentality is to show his will, intensity and anger to score, score and score. He is never satisfied.

“So what a mentality, what a player. I’m not involved in his history with Chelsea and to me it’s never good to look too far in the past. We only look forward.

“We play him tomorrow with Atletico and we know about his qualities. We are aware of them and will try to stop him from scoring.”

Suarez is well passed his top level days, wo would not really be worth the money guys,,,sorry

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Author: Jamie