Real Madrid are reported to be planning a £60 million offer in the hope of prising Luis Suarez away from Anfield in the summer transfer window, but former Liverpool midfielder Didi Hamann believes the Uruguayan's valuation far surpasses that figure.
Suarez has been in irresistible form for the Reds since his return from suspension and sits as the leading scorer in the Premier League having found the net 13 times in his nine outings, including four against Norwich on Wednesday.
The 26-year-old was frequently linked with a departure from Liverpool during the summer months, with Arsenal striving to clinch his signature, and Suarez would appear set to attract more interest at the end of the season.
Liverpool were able to reject an Arsenal offer in excess of £40 million in August, but could receive a more sizeable bid from Real Madrid when the summer transfer period begins.
Hamann, however, believes Liverpool would be in a position to rejected an offer of £60 million, as Suarez is proving he is worth more than the hypothetical figure.
"No, absolutely it's not enough," he told Goal.com. "I think £55-60m was the figure they would have wanted at least in the summer, and you see how he's playing now, I don't think £60m would be enough."