first_imgFormer Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers believes there is every chance Luis Suarez COULD make a return to Anfield, after the striker admitted he ‘misses’ the Merseyside club.Suarez left the Reds to join Spanish giants Barcelona in a £75million switch in July 2014 and proved an instant hit, so far netting 54 goals in his one and a half seasons at the Catalan side.Liverpool, meanwhile, have felt the full force of the Uruguay hitman’s absence and have so far struggled to replace the home favourite, whose 31 Premier League goals took the club agonisingly close to the 2013/14 top flight title.However, Suarez seemingly opened the door to a surprise homecoming on Tuesday, saying Liverpool ‘are in [his] heart’ and that he would not play for another Premier League club if a move back to England was on the cards.And ex-Reds boss Rodgers believes the striker’s unique relationship with the Anfield faithful could well see their beloved number seven make a return.Speaking exclusively to the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast, Rodgers said: “I think he certainly misses the passion of the Liverpool supporters and he loved the competition of the Premier League.“Luis is enjoying it out there at Barcelona, but I think if he did ever come back there would certainly be only one club he’d want to play for.“He absolutely loved it at Liverpool, the supporters adored him and he gave absolutely everything.“Barcelona was an incredible move for Luis, and it’s such a great credit to him that his move made an already world class team even better.“It’s a joy to watch him score goals and work as hard as he does for one of the best teams in the world…but you never know.”LISTEN TO THE FULL INTERVIEW WITH BRENDAN RODGERS ON TALKSPORT HERERead more:Liverpool FC news: ‘Klopp rates Benteke – he tried to sign him!’ Brendan Rodgers tells talkSPORTLiverpool FC news: Reds players programmed to play Jurgen Klopp way, says Brendan RodgersLiverpool transfer news: Rodgers reveals Liverpool’s thinking on potential Sturridge salelast_img read more