The former England international completed a move to Major League Soccer outfit LA Galaxy earlier this summer after he called time on his distinguished Reds career.
Gerrard has openly named Suarez as his most-talented Liverpool team-mate during his 17-year spell of dominance at Anfield, playing alongside the Uruguayan for three-and-a-half seasons.
Unsurprisingly, Gerrard, who scored in a 5-2 victory over San Jose Earthquakes at the weekend, was delighted to catch up with the Barcelona striker.
Gerrard wrote on Instagram: “The main man ❤️.. @luissuarez9”
Suarez justified his £75m switch to Camp Nou after the 28-year-old helped to fire Barcelona to Treble glory in his first season at the club.
Former Liverpool midfielder Gerrard, meanwhile, finished the season empty-handed after semi-finals defeats in the FA Cup and League Cup.
Gerrard scored a goal, made an assist and won a penalty in his full MLS debut on Saturday as Robbie Keane scored a hat-trick in Galaxy’s seven-goal thriller.
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