Having featured at the 2011 Copa America which Uruguay won, Liverpool’s Kenny Dalglish has insisted that Luis Suarez won’t be rushed back to action.
The striker was voted as the best player of that tournament where he scored 4 goals which included a strike in the final against Paraguay. Suarez is now enjoying well deserved holidays as Kenny is working Liverpool out during the current pre-season period.
But the English Premier League returns soon and the Merseyside Reds have a game against Sunderland on Saturday, August 13. Liverpool are likely to exclude Luis Suarez from their lineup as the Uruguayan might not have enough time to warm-up following his summer break. Coach Kenny Dalglish was reported as saying by the media in England:
“Luis will be back next week and we will start thinking about him then. He's had a fantastic summer as an individual and as a team player.
“We'll see how he is when he comes in. We can't predict how he is going to be like. But he should be pretty happy with himself and pretty confident looking forward to the start of the season.”
Luis Suarez made an instant impact at Liverpool, scoring on his debut following his big money move from Dutch club Ajax. He netted 4 goals in 13 appearances for the Merseyside Reds and contributed in the buildup of several other goals.