Ajax striker Luis Suarez insists he will still be at the Amsterdam ArenA next season. The 22-year-old Uruguayan has netted more than 30 league goals for the Dutch giants since arriving in 2007, and set up both goals in his side's 2-2 UEFA Cup draw with Marseille last week. However, despite reports that current English, European and World champions Manchester United are poised to move for the former Nacional and Groningen front-man in the summer, he has revealed he is happy to stay in Holland for the time being. "I still have a contract for three years, so I will play for Ajax next season too," he told Amsterdam broadcaster AT5. "I am satisfied with the people there and with the team and I can still learn a lot. "Of course every player wants to play Champions League football with a big team. But I still do have a contract."
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