Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers will be reluctant to lose his talisman this season, but may be helpless should Suarez formally request to leave the club.
With 22 Premier League goals and displays of the highest quality throughout the season, Suarez may feel aggrieved that he is playing for a club who look unlikely to qualify for the Champions League, a competition he could play in next season through a transfer.
There are several Possible clubs that may take Uruguayan forward’s fancy, some of whom are reviewed below:
After the relative failure of Chelsea’s last purchase from Liverpool, that of Fernando Torres for £50million, Chelsea may be cautious about business with the Merseyside club. However this lack of goals has driven the club to seek another world-class striker such as Falcao of Atletico Madrid, currently believed to be in talks with the West London club. Should Suarez appear to be for sale, Chelsea certainly have the funds to bid with intent for the striker and despite the general rule of not selling to rivals, Liverpool may receive a bid they cannot decline.
Mario Gomez, a prominent figure in the Bayern Munich and German National teams last season, but a spectator for much of this season, scoring a mere seven league goals. This fall from form has opened the door for Mario Mandzukic but even as the club’s main striker, he has only managed 15 league goals.
The club has been linked with the signing of Robert Lewandowski from rivals Borussia Dortmund, but this is by no means a guaranteed deal. Suarez would certainly give the German giants a large potential goal threat and would be offered Champions League football were he to join them.
Being one of the most famous clubs in the world, playing for Real Madrid is a glamorous thing. Having been overshadowed by Barcelona in the league this year, Madrid may be looking to bolster their squad for the start of next season to challenge for the Spanish title. The acquisition of Luis Suarez would certainly be a step in the right direction.
With strong links between Madrid and Liverpool through the transfers of Xabi Alonso, Michael Owen, Steve McManaman and Nuri Sahin in the last 15 years, there may be some interesting negotiating going on between the clubs in the summer.
A perhaps unlikely destination in the minds of some, the Lilywhites have struggled up front this season relying on the goals of Gareth Bale and more recently Jan Vertonghan as well to win matches.
In the summer they will be looking to bring in a striker or two to improve in this department. If they hold off the challenge from Arsenal, Liverpool and Chelsea and are playing in the champions league next year, Suarez may be temped towards a move towards north-London should the right deal emerge for him to move.
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