Inicios en Nacional
Luis Suárez started out with, Nacional in his homeland, Uruguay. He was born in Salto, but his parents moved to Montevideo when he was seven. He joined the youth teams at Nacional and made his first team debut on 3 May 2005 in the Copa Libertadores. He sc
Luis Suárez en el Groningen
Aged just 19, Luis Suárez moved to Europe - Dutch side Groningen paid 800.000 euros for the striker ahead of the 2006-07 season. He spent one season at the club, which finished eighth in the table. He played 37 games and scored 15 goals - 10 of them in th
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Luis Suarez at Ajax
Ajax were impressed and bought Luis Suárez in 2007-08 for 7.5 million euros. From the first day, he was an important player for the side. He spent three and a half seasons at Ajax, making 159 appearances and scoring 111 goals. During that time he won the
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Luis Suarez joins Liverpool
On 28 January 2011, Liverpool announced that they had signed the Uruguayan. He spent three and a half seasons on Merseyside, joining the Reds instead of accepting offers from many of Europe's top clubs including Juventus and Manchester United. Liverpool p
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With Uruguay, Luis Suárez made his senior debut under Óscar Tabárez when he was just 20 and has played in three World Cup finals, making a total of 13 appearances and scoring seven goals at the tournament. To date, 116 caps and 63 goals for his country.
Golden Shoe with Liverpool
He won the Golden Shoe award in 2013-14 during his time at Liverpool, sharing it with Cristiano Ronaldo. Both ended the season on 31 goals - Luis Suárez in 33 games and Cristiano Ronaldo in 30.
Luis Suárez and Uruguay ended fourth at the 2010 World Cup. In the quarter-finals against Ghana, he was sent off in the last minute for handball in the box but Asamoah missed the resulting penalty and Uruguay went through after a shootout. Uruguay lost to
He signed for Barcelona ahead of the 2014-15 season, the Catalans paying 82 million euros. In six seasons with the azulgranas he played 283 matches and scored 198 goals, setting up a further 97. He is the third top goal scorer of all-time at Barcelona, be
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Second Golden Shoe
Luis Suárez collected the Golden Shoe again in 2015-16. He scored 40 goals in 35 games, becoming the third Barcelona player to win the award after Ronaldo and Messi.
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On 24 September 2020, Luis Suárez announced he was leaving Barcelona. He left in tears. His final game for the club was the painful 2-8 defeat to Bayern in the Champions League.
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Atlético on a free
He was Atlético's big signing for the 2020-21 season joining as a replacement for Morata. He hit a brace on his debut against Granada. He signed a two-year deal with Atleti, for whom he has so far played 18 games - 14 in LaLiga and four in the Champions L
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Uruguay's all-time top scorer
In 2018, Suárez became the first Uruguayan player to reach 50 goals for the national team.
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