Luis Suarez—love him or loathe him, there is no denying the fact that he is one of the world’s top strikers.
Voted as Liverpool Fans’ Player of the Year, as reported in the Liverpool Echo, the 26-year-old is an asset that the Anfield faithful would dearly like to hold onto beyond the summer months.
To them, he’s a Kop hero, a savior, a club legend-in-the-making.
For fans of other Premier League sides, he’s seen as an agent provocateur and a maverick, whose undoubted skill has been undermined by scandal.
Overseas, for the most part, he’s viewed as an extremely attractive proposition—a deadly striker in his prime, apparently unsettled at his current club. No wonder Real Madrid and Bayern Munich have been hungrily eyeing him from afar.
And maybe Liverpool would be wise to sell.
In the next few slides, I will explain why Suarez’s sale would be a good thing for Brendan Rodgers’ side.
I expect this will incur howls of derision from the red half of Merseyside, so please feel free to comment below!