Suarez reveals Barcelona dream

Luis Suarez – linked with Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester United and Barcelona – has reiterated his desire to stay at Ajax until the end of the season, but has confessed his ultimate dream is to play for the Catalan giants.

The Uruguayan international has continually been linked with a move away from Holland but has re-emphasised his intention to stay with the Amsterdam Arena outfit ahead of next summer’s World Cup.

However, Suarez conceded on Spanish radio station La Lliga a RAC1 that his “dream is to play at Barcelona.”

The 22-year-old admitted: “signing for the Blaugrana would be an opportunity that he could not refuse and would realise one of his dreams.”

Ajax have refuted numerous reports suggesting their prized asset will be leaving and Suarez maintains he will be staying in the Eredivise during the January transfer window.

“I am not going to move anywhere for the moment,” he told Radio Carve.

“I thank any team that is interested but my idea is to stay at Ajax at least until the end of the current season.

“Maybe when this season ends I will accept a move somewhere.”

Speculation recently surfaced that Suarez had signed a pre-contract agreement with Chelsea to move to Stamford Bridge in early 2010.

The forward, however, denies he has received any contact from Carlo Ancelotti’s side and is focussed on performing well for his current employers ahead of next summer’s global showpiece.

“Chelsea? There is nothing at all,” he said.

“I don’t know where the press get some information. If it’s true, I thank them that they are interested.

“I have said to everyone at Ajax that I want to stay here because I nearly always play and I want to be in good shape for next year to play for Uruguay in South Africa.

“I am going to stay at Ajax at least until June.”