Liverpool Transfer News: Reds Should Get Rid of Luis Suarez as Soon as Possible

Nate Levinson@@NateLevinsonCorrespondent IAugust 6, 2013

LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND - AUGUST 03:  Luis Suarez of Liverpool in action during the Steven Gerrard Testimonial Match between Liverpool and Olympiacos at Anfield on August 03, 2013 in Liverpool, England.  (Photo by Clive Brunskill/Getty Images)
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Amid rumors that Luis Suarez wants out of Liverpool, it's in the Reds' best interest to let their star 26-year-old striker head to another team.

Suarez has been at the forefront of transfer rumors for months, and a recent report from James Olley of the London Evening Standard said that he will seek "legal clarification from the Premier League" in an attempt to make a move to Real Madrid.

Suarez is a player known for ugly incidents (like this one shown by the Daily Mail), Liverpool would be wise to ship Suarez out of town before he can do damage to the team.

Suarez is suspended for the first six games of the season as part of his suspension for biting Chelsea’s Branislav Ivanovic.

His negative effect on the team goes well beyond his suspension, though.

Recently, said The Independent, Suarez was apparently reluctant to even acknowledge support given by Liverpool fans at an open training session.

Actions like this will hurt his standing with Liverpool fans, and it makes little sense for the team to keep him around if he’s not even willing to accept cheers from his Liverpool supporters.

Though Suarez is undeniably talented, he simply isn't worth the headache anymore for Liverpool.

According to Andy Hunter of The Guardian, Suarez has previously expressed interest in leaving England because of criticism from the media.

Though Liverpool continues to say that they have no plans to deal their embattled striker, this seems like posturing more than anything else, and it should only be a matter of time before Suarez is playing for a new team.

A divorce simply makes too much sense for both Liverpool and Luis Suarez for it not to happen.

Both Arsenal and Real Madrid are known to be interested, so don’t be surprised if Suarez finds himself on a new team sometime in the coming weeks.


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