Luis Suarez seals return to boyhood club Nacional in Uruguay

Suarez clinches win with 90th-minute goal (0:53)

Luis Suarez puts the finishing touches on an Atletico Madrid win with his second goal of the match. (0:53)

Former Liverpool and Barcelona striker Luis Suarez has completed a return to Uruguayan club Nacional as a free agent, it was announced on Wednesday.

The 35-year-old striker started his professional career at Nacional before moving to Dutch side FC Groningen in 2006.

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Suarez, whose contract with Atletico Madrid expired this summer, had revealed on Tuesday that he had a pre-agreement with Nacional.

"First of all, I wanted to thank you for the love through all the messages that both I and my family have received in recent days, which has been impressive. That touched our hearts at this moment that we had to make a decision," he said in a video posted to his Twitter account.

"And it was impossible to waste this opportunity of playing again in Nacional and we have a pre-agreement with the club.

"In the next few hours, details will be finalised and we hope that the agreement we all want will be reached and that we can all enjoy this new stage and see each other in the coming days."

Suarez is Uruguay's all-time leading scorer with 68 goals in 132 games since 2007.

He played for Ajax Amsterdam as well as Liverpool and Barca before leaving Atletico Madrid at the end of last season.