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Luis Suarez receives historic offer to become highest-paid player in league’s history after leaving Atletico Madrid

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Luis Suarez receives historic offer to become highest-paid player in league's history after leaving Atletico Madrid
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Luis Suarez has received an unprecedented contract proposal from Argentine Primera Division side River Plate as he leaves Atletico Madrid this summer.

Luis Suarez receives historic offer to become highest-paid player in league's history after leaving Atletico Madrid

Luis Suarez

Suarez’s contract with Atletico expires on June 30, and he is set to end his two-year stay at the Wanda Metropolitano Stadium. According to Fichajes, he may be heading to Argentina, with River Plate keen to acquire his services.

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The offer from Los Millonarios is unprecedented in Argentinian football as they strive to make Suarez the Primera Division poster boy.

The contract on offer would make Suarez the highest-paid player in the league’s history, bettering Carlos Tevez’s deal with Boca Juniors in 2015.

The Fichajes report doesn’t mention any numbers, but Birmingham Mail claims the figure to be ‘in the region of £4.2 million’.

The Uruguayan, on the wrong side of 30, has had an astounding career with Atletico Madrid, Barcelona, Liverpool and Ajax. In 697 appearances in club football, he has scored 240 goals and contributed 152 assists.

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He has won the UEFA Champions League, the La Liga title five times and the Eredivisie title, among other honours.

However, the veteran forward wants to continue his career in Europe, with the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar on the horizon. Suarez has, therefore, reportedly offered himself to Serie A giants Juventus.

The 35-year-old nearly joined Massamilliano Allegri’s side before joining Atletico Madrid from Barcelona in 2020.

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He may come to Juventus as Alvaro Morata’s replacement, with the Spaniard’s loan spell in Turin from Atletico coming to an end.

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