Liverpool boss warns Luis Suarez ahead of proposed £70m move away

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Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers has warned Luis Suarez against leaving the club in the summer, after fresh reports linked the Uruguayan with a mind-blowing £70million move to Real Madrid.

Speculation this morning suggests that the Spanish giants are set to rekindle their strong interest in Suarez following his sensational season in the Premier League, and will pay the astronomical fee in order to convince his club to sell their most prized asset.

However, according to the Metro, Rodgers has moved quickly to publicly refute claims that the newly crowned PFA Player of the Year will abandon Anfield this summer, and stated that the fans love should once again come up trumps.

“Luis understands he may not get the same love he does at Liverpool from anywhere else,” Rodgers said.

“From the first year, he knew I would shape the team around his qualities. He loves the city and the supporters.

“Also, guys like Steven Gerrard talked to him telling him there was an opportunity to be a legend at the club.”

Suarez has managed to get himself 30 goals in the Premier League alone this year, and his efforts have gone some way to ensuring that Liverpool are right in the thick of one of the closest title races of recent times.

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