The 26-year-old has claimed it would be a 'dream' to move to the Spanish club but insists he is only concentrating on his summer campaign with UruguayLiverpool striker Luis Suarez insists he is solely focused on representing Uruguay at the Confederations Cup amid doubts over his future at Anfield.
The 26-year-old has publicly stated his desire to leave the Premier League this summer and has claimed that it would be a 'dream' to join Real Madrid.
Suarez will be in action on Sunday as Uruguay kick off their Confederations Cup campaign against Spain and the striker maintains he is not thinking about his future at Liverpool.
"I love to play for Uruguay. Now, I don't want to think about anything else," Suarez told reporters.
"I want to do my best here. The Confederations Cup is a very difficult tournament. Today, my biggest goal is to win this competition.
"Uruguay has an enormous prestige and the Confederations Cup is the only title we don't have."