Former Liverpool midfielder Milan Jovanovic has warned Anderlecht teammate Matias Suarez against a prospective move to Anfield, amid reports also linking him with Arsenal.
The 23-year-old Argentine forward has attracted interest from a host of top European clubs, with the majority of that attention stemming from the Premier League.
Gunners boss Arsene Wenger is a known admirer of the South American starlet, as he weighs up a bid to bring him to the Emirates Stadium at the end of the current campaign.
Meanwhile, Liverpool have also been credited with an interest in Suarez, as Kenny Dalglish is also looking to strengthen his attacking options in June, and is set to rival Arsenal for the player's signature.
However, the Reds will not take kindly to recent comments from Jovanovic - who spent a difficult 12 months on Merseyside before moving to Belgium - urging Suarez to forget about a move to Anfield.
"I shed lots of tears in England. I felt unhappy every day over there," he is quoted by Sky Sports. "London is a nice place to live but everywhere else is depressing.
"I have advised Suarez not to move to Liverpool. They'll throw a lot of money at him but he should opt for Italy."