Luis Suarez has announced he will not be joining River Plate after they were knocked out of the Copa Libertadores.
Veteran striker Suarez, who was played for free after leaving Atletico Madrid, has been linked with River and has now confirmed that they are interested in something.
Former Ajax, Liverpool, and Barcelona man was open to action, and, inspired by the opportunity to fight for the Libertadores title.
But River was knocked out of the South American top club competition on Wednesday following a home draw with Velez Sarsfield in the last 16, a 1-0 defeat in total.
So Suarez will not be targeting the Buenos Aires giants, who lost to Julian Alvarez at Manchester City, Ovacion told.
“I was very happy that I could go to River and fight for the Copa Libertadores,” he said.
“It was a dream that I had to win the cup in South America. With River being released, that could probably disappear.”
Suarez spent 16 years in Europe, signing for Groningen in 2006 after leaving Nacional in Uruguay.
The 35-year-old said he was disappointed with the addition of his old team, explaining: “If I can think and be happy about the River being possible, the same thing will happen to Nacional, who has been my home. .
“It amazes me that the Nacional leaders have never called me to find out my status.”
Instead, it looks like Suarez will stay in Europe. Ovacion reported that he weighed three gallons as he was tempted by River.
“A month and a half ago, I announced that I would not be leaving Europe,” he said. “But River insisted and insisted so much that I thought about it, and it was possible.
“As someone says something, when the time comes, you will consider it. He ‘s glad they love you so much.
“The player needs love. River would have given it to me, and Nacional would have tried that.”