With talk in the media of Liverpool’s Luis Suarez completing a possible transfer to Real Madrid it will certainly enrage every Liverpool fan. 

The Uruguayan has been a key part of the 2012-13 squad upon which Brendan Rodgers built his squad upon. If reports in the papers are to be believed then the forward will be leaving Liverpool due to the fact he feels targeted by the English media.

Although this is true it’s not harsh to say that he has bought it upon himself with various incidents such as the racism scandal with Patrice Evra and the biting of Chelsea’s Branislav Ivanovic.

It is wrong for Suarez to leave Liverpool though. The club has stood by him through thick and thin and have never spoken out against their player. 

Take, for example, during the racism scandal the then Liverpool manager Kenny Daglish made his squad wear Suarez t-shirts. 

The incident eventually in one way cost him his job. Another reason it would be wrong for the player to leave is because of the project of manager Rodgers. 

No matter what the critics say Rodgers has introduced a fresh breath of life into this Liverpool squad reeling after spending big on players such as Carroll and Downing who failed to deliver for the reds. 

Rodgers has made it clear that he sees Suarez part of his future plans and with the Merseyside club and wants to build a team around the striker. So far additions of Sturridge and Phillipe Countinho have proved useful and show sufficient ambition that should persuade the star to stay.

Lastly for the fans. The Liverpool faithful have stood by their controversial striker all season and have jumped to his defence. They deserve to see the player in action next season firing home week-in, week-out. 

The loss of Suarez will be damning to the Premier League, to lose a player of his quality will be a major blow to English football. He must be convinced to stay. 


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