Thursday, Jan. 23
Liverpool may consider allowing coveted forward Luis Suarez to join Liga giants Real Madrid next season if los Blancos are also prepared to include Spain international Isco as part of the deal, according to reports on Sports Direct News.
Speculation has been rife in recent weeks linking the Uruguay attacker with a possible big-money move away from Anfield this summer should the Reds fail to qualify for the UEFA Champions League come the end of this campaign.
And with a much-publicised buyout clause worth a whopping £70 million written into the new long-term contract that Suarez recently agreed with the Merseysiders, any potential suitor interested in buying the 26-year-old will need to break the bank in order to lure the player away from Liverpool.
However, were that doomsday scenario to materialise, then it is understood that Reds manager Brendan Rodgers would demand that Madrid’s highly rated young goalscoring midfielder be also included as part of any deal that sees Suarez move to the Santiago Bernabeu.