Luis Suarez is undoubtedly one of the most prolific goalscorers in England at the moment; however, he is also one of the most controversial.
Suarez is undoubtedly talented, and he does have the potential to be one of the best in Europe, but will he be able to fulfil his potential at Liverpool?
The answer is no. Suarez is looking for a move away from Liverpool and, if possible, England, with his sights set on Spanish giants Real Madrid or Champions League club Arsenal.
At both of these clubs, Suarez can unleash his potential. If he controls that discipline of his, he can avoid controversy and concentrate on his game rather than focusing his attention on things outside of the football pitch.
Arsene Wenger would be ideal to bring Suarez in to line, because as we all know the experienced manager does not allow his players to be part of controversy.
When was the last time you saw a player under Wenger being accused of racial abuse?
However, Suarez may well and truly be looking for a way out of England. Which is understandable, considering how tough these couple of years have been on him.
It would be ideal for Suarez to start over in a new country. He might be able to put all of his controversy behind him and become one of the most lethal strikers in Europe.
Bring on the end of the transfer window, because this might turn out to be one of the most important transfer windows of his career.
In my opinion, Suarez should be seeking a move abroad - if Liverpool owner John W. Henry allows him to leave in the first place.
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