Liverpool: Luis Suarez is too good for Brendan Rodgers' side

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Liverpool's Luis Suarez has taken the Premier League by storm this season and has driven the Reds on throughout the campaign. 

With 22 league goals this, Suarez has proven to be a world-class player who would waltz into the forward line set up of any team in the world.

Top clubs such as Bayern Munich, Juventus and Manchester City are said to be interested in the Uruguayans signature. One distinction these clubs can offer which Liverpool seemingly may not be able to provide Suarez is Champions League football.

Being a top player, Suarez would definitely want to participate and compete amongst the world’s best. With Liverpool’s hopes of a top four finish looking bleak, does the striker have the patience to wait another season before deciding to call it quits at Anfield.

If Liverpool fail to qualify for a champions league spot this season, their appeal to attract top talent would have considerably diminished as compared to the clubs who do qualify. This in turn creates a cycle when it comes to performance in the league.

According to ESPN, Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has claimed their star striker is not for sale. Given that Suarez has dropped hints of his desire to play in the champions league in the past, will Liverpool be able to hold on to him for another season against his will.

As much as Liverpool would like to hang on to Suarez, perhaps the player has become too good for the club. Given that he has scored 25 goals in all competitions this season, and is one of the clubs most consistent and potent attacking threat - Liverpool will be unable to fault him should his ambitions overshadow his loyalty.

He has and still is giving his all when he dons the red jersey. The fans cannot question his passion for the game and the club. 

Unless Liverpool show some real intent via investing in top players and mounting a credible challenge for a champions league spot next season, chances are they will lose one of their two world class players. 


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