Luis Suarez has cast doubt on his future at the Camp Nou after admitting that he wouldn't find it surprising if Barcelona signed another striker.
Suarez, 32, is now in his sixth season with the Catalan giants after transferring from Liverpool in 2014 and
In an interview with Uruguayan outlet Ovacion, the striker admitted that he has reached the twilight of his career and that he may struggle to deal with the pressure of playing for Barcelona in the future.
"The demands at Barcelona are immense," he told Ovacion (h/t Mundo Deportivo).
"Every three days you have to have a test, there is no rest, and you are not forgiven if you have even just one bad game.
"It is not easy to play at a club like Barcelona, to adapt and win your place. I have to respect that I have spent five years at the club dealing with this pressure and always trying to respond in the right manner.
"If the club are looking for, or wish to bring in another number nine, it would not be strange, it is the reality of football. A time will arrive when my age will not allow me to play at the level Barcelona require, but while I can, and while I have the strength to compete, I will."
Suárez: "There will come a time when my age will not allow me to live up to the needs of Barcelona. As I become older, I know that I have to take good care of my body." pic.twitter.com/zzipXpZPUF— Barcelona Worldwide (@BarcaWorldwide) November 13, 2019
Luis Suarez has scored eight goals in 13 appearances for the club this season and was recently linked with interest in a future move to Major League Soccer. Such a move is unlikely to happen anytime soon however, as he is contracted at Camp Nou until 2021.
The Uruguayan also revealed he's keen to play on until the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, meaning he'll look to play at the highest level for as long as possible.