Uruguay’s all-time leading scorer Luis Suarez returns to Nacional after 17 years

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Former Liverpool striker and Uruguay’s all-time main target scorer Luis Suarez has showed he's returning to the membership he made his debut with 17 years in the past.

The 35-year-old striker introduced the scoop on Twitter, an afternoon after he instructed fanatics he had reached a pre-agreement with Nacional in Montevideo.

On Wednesday, Suarez stated the deal was once now respectable and he modified his social media profile to one among himself dressed in the white, blue and purple of Nacional.

“I'm proud to put on my blouse once more at @Nacional!” Suarez wrote on Twitter. “Thanks keen on the give a boost to! SEE YOU SOON.”

Nacional additionally showed Suarez’s go back to the membership the place he started his skilled profession in 2005 however didn't expose the monetary main points or the period of the contract.

“Satisfied to have you ever house!” the group wrote in keeping with Suarez’s put up.

Luis Suarez in motion for Atletico Madrid (Adam Davy/PA)

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The 35-year-old become a unfastened agent after his two-season contract expired with Atletico Madrid in Spain and were making an allowance for quite a few groups to signal with.

He were competing in Los angeles Liga since 2014, with a protracted spell at Barcelona adopted by means of two seasons with Atletico Madrid.

The striker is the Uruguayan nationwide group’s all-time main scorer, with 68 targets in 132 video games.

Luis Suarez warms up previous to the UEFA Champions League spherical of 16 2d leg fit at Outdated Trafford in March (Martin Rickett/PA)

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When Suarez signed a five-and-a-half-year care for Liverpool in 2011, he was once the membership’s most costly signing at £22.8 million. He went directly to win the League Cup in his first complete season.

In 2014, he equalled the goal-scoring document for a 38-game Premier League season and gained his first Eu Golden Shoe.

That summer time he moved to Barcelona in a switch value £64.98 million.