They also called Ramos a disaster: Luis Suarez hit back at haters

They also called Ramos a disaster: Luis Suarez hit back at haters

Suarez, 33, believes he is still capable of helping the club in its mission to return to the pinnacle of Spanish football, and would even be willing to settle for a reduced role next season.

The veteran ace has now fired back at his doubters in an interview with El Pais, saying: "I remember that in Madrid, the year that Ajax eliminated them from the Champions League, they said that Kroos was finished, they wanted to retire Modric and they said that Ramos was a disaster.

"The following year, everything went better for them and again they formed a legendary team.

"Throughout my career I have accepted to be a substitute. I would have no problem in being one again. The competition is healthy and if the coach considers that I should do it from the bench I have no problem.

"I would like to stay at Barca as long as they want to count on me. I want to contribute. I have felt the support of the people since I arrived and that motivates me a lot.

"No one at the club has told me that they want to be without my services. I want the best for the team and my intention is to continue."
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