Liverpool planning to bring Luis Suarez back to Anfield in surprise summer move – report

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Liverpool are reportedly considering a move to bring Luis Suarez back to Anfield in the summer, according to Fichajes.net – an admittedly very poor source!

The former Red switched to Barcelona in 2014, following a closely fought battle for the league title with Manchester City.

Having since joined up with Atletico Madrid, the Uruguayan’s numbers haven’t dropped, with the forward registering 19 league goals this season, four behind ex-teammate Leo Messi.

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The Uruguay international registered 31 league goals in 2013/14 as Liverpool came within 3 points of winning the title

Could Jurgen Klopp make an exception for Luis Suarez in the summer window?

Even at the age of 34, it’s clear that Suarez still has a great deal to offer the footballing world, as demonstrated by his achievements this term for Diego Simeone’s side.

That being said, considering the likely profile of the kind of forward Jurgen Klopp is reportedly interested in adding to his squad, we’d be unlikely to see the La Liga star enter the mix.

As such, we wouldn’t be surprised if the recruitment team identify someone of a similar age to summer signing Diogo Jota, playing for one of the less prestigious sides across Europe’s top five leagues, who can grow with us going forward.

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2 Comments

  1. Too old are you mad for how long exactly do we need the trouble he brings.
    Yes brilliant player but spits his dummy out when he doesn’t get his way.
    Plus his legs are going let’s move forward haaland for me

  2. This is a illogical story on many levels.
    Suarez is too old and too slow to play for LFC and this would be a step backwards given the young talent coming through.
    Much more likely some of the loaned players will either be kept and promoted (or sold to bring in some income)and a couple of new fast players will be signed.

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