Luis Suarez tipped to agree to £70m Real Madrid move

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Liverpool superstar Luis Suarez could find it too difficult to reject a move to Real Madrid if the Spanish giants make a monumental offer this summer, according to Robbie Savage.

The football pundit believes that idea of joining Los Blancos - who have been heavily linked with a £70million offer for the Uruguayan - is one that Suarez would find impossible to throw out, and the notion of joining up with Cristiano Ronaldo, Angel di Maria and Gareth Bale could be a deciding factor. The 27-year-old has been in the form of his life this season, and his 31 Premier League goals have not gone unnoticed at the Santiago Bernabeu.

Liverpool fans may hope that Suarez will ultimately remain loyal to the Anfield cause but, as Savage told the BBC, it could well transpire that he opts for a big money switch should the Spanish giants submit an official proposal.

“If Real Madrid come in with a £70m bid this summer, it will be hard for Luis Suarez to turn it down,” Savage said.

“Could you imagine Gareth Bale, Karim Benzema, Angel Di Maria, Cristiano Ronaldo and Luis Suarez in the same team?”

It’s true that the combined attacking threat of Suarez and the players already on the books at Madrid is an enthralling prospect, but it’s also a virtual guarantee that they will have to pay an incredible amount to convince Brendan Rodgers to sell. The Northern Irishman knows that Suarez is integral to any ambitions he has with regards to taking the club forward, and anything less than a figure in the region of £70million will likely be laughed off.

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