After landing Gareth Bale, Real Madrid are to raid the Premier League again this summer, as their main transfer target is Liverpool's Luis Suarez.
According to the Mirror, Real are about to throw some serious money around, with a huge £80 million being rumoured as their valuation of Suarez, believing this would convince Liverpool to sell.
The wage packet being suggested is equally mouthwatering, with the prospect of a £350,000-a-week deal to be offered to the Liverpool man, to convince him that Real is the right place for him.
Real Madrid aren't his only suitors though, with Barcelona also trying to engineer a move, even throwing in Alexis Sanchez, in order to try and lessen the blow felt at Anfield.
The war of the giant Spanairds can only be a good thing for Liverpool and far from last summers debacle with Arsene Wenger and the £40 million and one pound offer, their fight could escalate the price hugely.
Thus, it could be the perfect time for Liverpool to sell, playing the two sides off against eachother and trying to secure a price as close to £100 million as they can, giving them the funds to replace Suarez with two worldclass signings, strengthening for the Champions League.
Tonight's 'bite' may also have a say too, as it could become hard for Brendan Rogers to keep defending the hotheaded Uruguayan, who appears not to have learnt from his munch on Branislav Ivanovic last season.
In turn, if the British press crucify him as expected, it could be the perfect excuse for Suarez to leave England for the shores of Spain, away from the adverse attention. This was something he mentioned after ending England's World Cup, as the majority of fans slated him on social media for his genius.
With this in mind, it wouldn't be a shock if Suarez is playing in La Liga next season, leaving a huge hole at Anfield.
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