The latest chapter in the legendary career of hitman Luis Suarez has, late on Saturday, been confirmed.
For those not aware, Suarez recently became a free agent once more.
After rejoining boyhood club Nacional on a short-team contract during the summer, en route to the Uruguayan Primera Championship, the veteran hitman saw out his country’s World Cup campaign in Qatar, before turning his attentions back towards finding a new club.
Recent weeks had seen it suggested that Brazilian giants Gremio were expressing a keen interest in Suarez’s services, evidently impressed by his efforts whilst back in Uruguay.
In turn, this evening, it has not come as a massive surprise to see the 35-year-old’s move to Porto Alegre made official.
In a series of posts across social media a short time ago, Gremio unveiled Suarez as the club’s latest addition, with the former Liverpool and Barcelona standout primed to link back up with former teammate Lucas Leiva at the Arena do Gremio.
Suarez, who is understood to have rejected proposals from clubs in both the United States and Saudi Arabia, has put pen to paper on a two-year contract.