FC Barcelona striker Luis Suarez has rejected an offer from America’s Major League Soccer (MLS).
There were reports that David Beckham’s Inter Miami was willing to pay Suarez a sum of €8m net annually over a four year according to ESPN with the Uruguayan told he can leave Barcelona by new manager Ronald Koeman.
The salary could have not only made the 33-year-old he MLS' biggest earner this season but the league's biggest earner ever, taking over Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
Miami, however, moved on swiftly after the rejection with the team announcing the signing of Argentine Gonzalo Higuain from Juventus.
It is said that Suarez still wants to stay in Europe with Juventus being the favourite team to acquire his services this after the player travelled to Perugia for an Italian language test as he seeks citizenship in the country to increase his chances of finding a new club there.