Luis Suarez has been making the headlines quite frequently this summer regarding his future at Liverpool. The Uruguayan striker has been into many controversies in England and he has made statements about his desire to leave the Premier League.
Currently there are many clubs that are looking to sign him in England as well as Europe. After weeks of rumours and debates, the battle to sign him seems a two-way fight between Arsenal and Real Madrid...
Newly appointed manager Carlo Ancelotti has shown a lot of interest in signing the 26-year-old striker. Now, with the departure of Gonzalo Higuain to Napoli confirmed, Real Madrid will be desperate to sign a new striker as Karim Benzema wasn’t in his best form last season.
Real Madrid has a strong midfield consisting of Cristiano Ronaldo, Angel Di Maria and Mesut Ozil and the addition of a quality striker like Luis Suarez would do wonders for the Spanish side.
Real Madrid have already completed two big signings this summer in the form of Isco and Asier Illarramendi, so spending another hefty sum on Suarez does not seem that likely.
But Madrid has been known for investing a lot in quality players and because of there history, Los Blancos definitely seems a front runner for the signature of Suarez.
Arsene Wenger seems determined to sign Luis Suarez.
Arsenal have already failed in two bids for the player and, although Liverpool maintain they will not sell, the Gunners do not appear to have given up.
The most recent offer was one of £40,000,01 and another could be made before the transfer deadline next month.
Arsenal struggled with their forwards last season and the addition of Suarez may just lift the tempo of the team.
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