The Uruguayan will go on loan in a bid to be fit in time for the World Cup
The centre-back has one cap for the national side
Sturridge has impressed since his move to Anfield and Rodgers admits his belief that the England international can be a world class striker has only been strengthen over the past year
The FA have confirmed that England will face two South American sides in the build-up to Brazil 2014 in an effort to prepare for the threat that Uruguay will pose
Uruguayan becomes the fastest player to score 20 goals in a Premier League season
Thirty-two countries qualified for the Fifa tournament – but which will be our favourite destinations in 2014 and what do they have to offer that's new? Over a series of articles, Chris Leadbeater studies the form, starting with the hosts ...
Anfield applauds Cardiff’s ill-treated manager on probably his final game but their reverence is spared for re-signed striker who was again outstanding
The Uruguay international pushed for a move away over the summer
Roy Hodgson wants his side to acclimatise to the Amazonian conditions
Suarez pushed for an Anfield exit but having remained with the Merseyside club, he has gone on to produce his best run of form since his arrival in 2011
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The England manager tries to find the positives from today's draw
Rodgers says there has never been such an agreement and remains hopeful on a contract extension
The exquisitely skilful Uruguayan attacker Pedro Rocha was billed as the man most likely to deal an early blow to England's dreams of footballing glory in the opening match of the 1966 World Cup finals at Wembley.
With the release of the ball that will be used in Brazil next summer, we take a look through the evolution and varied responses its predecessors were met with