By FRANCO PANIZO
Luis Suarez's future at Liverpool may be up in the air, but he is hoping to end any and all speculation by signing a new deal with the club.
Plagued by controversy since joining Liverpool from Ajax in January 2011, Suarez is keen on extending his time with the Reds. The Uruguayan forward said he is happy at the club despite having been banned for eight-games for a racially abusing Manchester United defender Patrice Evra.
Suarez, who still believes he was a victim in the Evra ordeal due to him being suspended despite what he called no concrete evidence, is currently contracted to stay with Liverpool until 2016.
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KEAN OPEN TO POSTPONING GAME VS. BOLTON
With Bolton dealing with a ton of emotions as Fabrice Muamba continues to fight for his life, Blackburn Rovers manager Steve Kean is open to postponing their upcoming game. Bolton's league match on Tuesday versus Aston Villa has already been postponed, and Kean said he would be willing to do the same for Saturday's match between his club and the Trotters if they ask.
ROMA TO TRAIN IN ORLANDO
AS Roma is coming to the United States. The Italian club has agreed to a six-year deal with ESPN Wide World of Sports that will see it train at the facility in Orlando, Florida during Serie A's winter break. Roma is currently owned by U.S. businessman Tomaso DiBenedetto.
RED BULLS SIGN MADURO
The New York Red Bulls have made an addition to their roster, signing midfielder Ryan Maduro on Monday. Maduro, who trained with Portuguese club Belenenses and two English clubs in the past year, spent much of the preseason with the Red Bulls. The 25-year-old Madura originally hails from from Providence, RI and played for Providence College.
STRIKERS TOP CANADIAN U-23 TEAM
One of the U.S Under-23 men's national team's Group A opponents for World Cup qualifying suffered a loss on Sunday, as Canada was bested by the Ft. Lauderdale Strikers in Sunrise, Fla. The NASL club topped Canada's U-23 team through an 86th minute goal from former FAU forward Darnell King.
The United States plays Canada in their second Group A match on March 24 in Nashville, Tenn.
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