Liverpool striker Luis Suarez has admitted that the negative press he gets in England is making him "tired" and says that he would find it difficult to turn down Real Madrid.
The Reds star has attracted controversy since his arrival at Anfield - having been handed lengthy bans for racial abuse against Patrice Evra and biting Branislav Ivanovic. On top of that, he has also been accused of diving on numerous occasions.
The Uruguay international has been one of the key men for Liverpool though, scoring 33 goals in 50 appearances, and his performances have attracted interest from the likes of Madrid.
In an interview with Uruguayan radio station Sport 890, he has now admitted that he would struggle to turn down a move to the Spanish giants.
"I've worked hard since childhood to get where I am and I keep getting constant criticism from the English press. It makes me tired. Liverpool want me to stay, but I do not know what will happen," he said.
"It would be difficult to say 'no' to Real Madrid, (but) so far I have not received any official offer from Madrid."