By John Clancy @begrudgerlimk
When he arrived at Anfield it became apparent quite early that we had not found a hidden gem as he was already a star in Holland and Uruguay but more had the opportunity to polish one up real nice and sell it for a huge profit.
Job almost done I would think, as good as he is and as much of a loss as he is sure to be, he was bought for a reasonable price to score goals and he has without question held up his end of the bargain. He has his failings no question but his ability far out weigh those failings. The trick is to know when to sell. Could we have done without the biting incident of course but will affect his sell on value marginally maybe. We are a year into a project under Brendan Rodgers that could take 3-5 years to see us as real title contenders, so two more years at least and maybe 4 more years at which point Luis Suarez would be 30 a big ask for a local lad who was brought up supporting the club an unfair thing to ask of an adopted son. I suggest that for both parties it makes sense to sell.
Financially for us and potentially career wise for luis Suarez. So with a heavy heart and a healthy bank balance and a smile on both parties faces I say sell.