Suarez: No special clause in my contract for Spanish transfer

Luis Suarez denied there is a special clause in his contract for a move to one of the Spanish giants.

The press have been hard at work on a rumour linking Madrid with Suarez for a cut-down £70M, but the player denied there was a 'Spanish option'.

Speaking at a sponsor event he was asked about rumoured interest from Barcelona and Real Madrid but said:

"I don't want to answer that. I try to avoid press speculation.

"I know what I want and what my agent says is good for me, but I don't want to comment on speculation.

"I didn't sign any contract with clauses prioritising a certain team."

He was also asked about his reaction following the Crystal Palace draw:

"I was so angry on the inside. A week before we had real hopes of winning the league and after the Palace game, we knew that it had gone.

"We had lost the chance. I felt frustration and rage at the fact that the opportunity had been lost.

"I covered my face because I was so hurt and frustrated. I preferred people not to see me."

Suarez turns his attention now to his international duties:

"My focus is on the World Cup now.

"Everyone remembers the last World Cup we won in Brazil. But that is the past. I don't know if it was a miracle, in football you never know what will happen.

"Our group is one of the most difficult. We will go forward thinking in each game as it comes."

Uruguay kick off their World Cup preparations with a match against Northern Ireland in Montevideo at the end of the month.

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