Luis Suarez 'would find it difficult' to turn down Real Madrid

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Liverpool ace Luis Suarez would find it difficult to turn down a move to Real Madrid this summer, according to his lawyer.

The Uruguayan was in sensational form last season, scoring 31 goals to fire Liverpool to a second place finish in the Premier League - agonisingly short of their first ever Premier League title.

Suarez himself has previously insisted that he is happy at Anfield despite missing out on the title, with Champions League football back on the agenda at Liverpool.

However that has not stopped the rumours suggesting that Real Madrid could be gearing up for a big money swoop this summer - with some suggesting that an offer of £70 million could be forthcoming.

Speaking in an interview with Cadena Ser, lawyer Alejandro Balbi added further fuel to the fire by claiming an opportunity to play at the Bernabeu could be too tempting for the Liverpool forward to pass up.

‘A year ago he was very likely to leave Liverpool,’ he said.

‘Now I think it is very difficult because he is an idol, although clubs can offer a lot of money.

‘If there is such a big offer from Real Madrid, it would be very difficult to say no. Luis Suarez has always had a predisposition for Spain.’

Suarez earned numerous plaudits for his scintillating form last season, scooping the PFA player of the year prize as well as the Football Writers' Award equivalent.

Should the 27-year-old opt to leave Liverpool for Real Madrid, it could spell trouble for Karim Benzema, who has been linked with a move to the Premier League with Arsenal.

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