Liverpool star can join Real Madrid for €47m

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Real Madrid can have Liverpool striker Luis Suarez for €47 million, according to Marca

The Spanish press had previously revealed that the Uruguayan striker would be made available to the Bernabeu outfit and now they have suggested that Madrid can have the controversial forward for €47m.

The Liverpool ace was the subject of interest from Arsenal and Real last summer and Marca believe that the striker only didn't move to Spain because Mesut Ozil's move to the Gunners didn't go through until the very final day of the transfer window. 

Suarez has been in sensational form for the Reds so far this season, having already notched up eight Premier League goals. 

Liverpool have been rewarded for their striker's form as Brendan Rodgers' side currently sit second in the table. 

However with Madrid looking to split up the partnership of Suarez and Daniel Sturridge, Real boss Carlo Ancelotti could have the dream trio of Cristiano Ronaldo, Gareth Bale and Suarez in attack. 

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