Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel has confessed to attempting to sign Luis Suarez from Barcelona during his time as Paris Saint-Germain chief, however he doesn't anticipate attempting again this mid year. Suarez was permitted to leave Barcelona the previous summer in the wake of being considered excess to prerequisites by Ronald Koeman. It was a move which maddened Lionel Messi to a point where the Barcelona whiz even showed his craving to leave the Nou Camp.
Suarez's accessibility prompted a large group of interest from clubs across Europe with Atletico Madrid at last getting his mark in a cut-value bargain. He marked a two-year contract with Atletico and has had a moment effect with his 16 class objectives helping Diego Simeone's side sit top of the table. Ongoing reports have recommended that Suarez has a provision in his agreement that would permit him to leave on a free exchange this mid year.
Notwithstanding as of late turning 34 years old, Suarez is as yet viewed as one of the world's best strikers and would draw in interest from around Europe in the event that he was accessible. Tuchel, talking in front of Chelsea's first leg of their Champions League last-16 tie against Atletico on Tuesday, was gotten some information about his past interest in marking Suarez in his last exchange window as PSG chief.
"It was a chance. We heard the bits of gossip he was going to leave Barcelona, and who can't be keen on marking perhaps the best striker in world football history and the present?" Tuchel said. "We attempted our karma, we didn't make it. He chose to remain in Spain, move to Atletico, and has demonstrated his quality. "He is a characteristic striker, a conceived striker, and has the specific mindset that solitary strikers have.
"This attitude is to show his will, power and outrage to score, score and score. He is rarely fulfilled. "So what a mindset, what a player. I'm not engaged with his set of experiences with Chelsea and to me it's never acceptable to glance excessively far before. We just look forward. "We play him tomorrow with Atletico and we think about his characteristics. We know about them and will attempt to prevent him from scoring."
Yet, Tuchel destroyed any recommendations of Chelsea approaching with a way to deal with sign the striker in the forthcoming summer move window. He said: "I don't have the foggiest idea. That was down to a specific second and he possibly would've been a fit to our crew in Paris. Presently things are extraordinary. "He is under agreement now at Atletico Madrid and it's not worth contemplating it sincerely. "I haven't and the chance is high we will not consider it [in the future]."
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