Photo: Liverpool legend catches up with Luis Suarez in LA
Former Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard catches up with Barcelona striker Luis Suarez in Los Angeles
Steven Gerrard managed to catch up with his former Liverpool team-mate Luis Suarez in Los Angeles on Monday.
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.