The MLS team announced on Friday that Uruguayan striker Luis Suárez has formally concluded his move from Brazilian club Grêmio to Inter Miami.
36-year-old Suárez had a busy season in Grêmio, participating in 53 games and scoring 26 goals across a variety of competitions. He received the Golden Ball for his outstanding play, designating him as the top player in the Brazilian Serie A.
The signing excited Inter Miami’s controlling owner, Jorge Mas, who said, “We promised our fans we would pursue the best players in the world to build a squad that can compete at the highest echelons in the Americas.”
Mas views Suárez, who just finished an award-winning season, as a crucial addition to the squad, highlighting the club’s aspirations for the future.
With his move to Miami, Suárez ends his two-year contract with Grêmio and reunites with Lionel Messi, Jordi Alba, and Sergio Busquets, his old Barcelona colleagues.
The quartet has a plethora of experience, including four LaLiga titles and one Champions League, having shared success at Camp Nou between 2014 and 2020.
“I’m very happy and excited to take on this new challenge with Inter Miami,” remarked Suárez, expressing his excitement. I’m eager to get going and prepared to put in the effort necessary to realize my goal of winning more trophies with this outstanding Club.”
Suárez is upbeat about the common goal of winning and is excited to get back together with teammates and friends while making Inter Miami’s ardent supporters happy.