World Cup Paper Review: Barcelona Offer Luis Suarez a Liverpool Escape Route

BR-UK StaffFeatured Columnist IVJune 25, 2014

Uruguay's Luis Suarez uses his cell phone at a hotel in Natal, Brazil, Wednesday, June 25, 2014. Suarez bit Italian player Giorgio Chiellini during Uruguay's game with Italy on Tuesday, which could lead to Suarez being kicked out of the World Cup. (AP Photo/Hassan Ammar)
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Thursday's back pages continue to focus on the controversy surrounding Luis Suarez, with many reporting that Barcelona are set to offer him an easy exit from Liverpool in the wake of his latest scandal.

That is, if he is still eligible to continue his club career, of course, with other papers suggesting that his career might be in the balance, as FIFA decide what punishment they should hand down to the forward.

Feast your eyes on the back pages right here, complete with some okay (and not-quite-so-okay) puns:

Elsewhere, German paper Bild have an inventive headline ahead of Germany's meeting with the United States and their former coach (and player) Jurgen Klinsmann:

And finally Marca, which leads with the headline "Maximum risk", to describe Cristiano Ronaldo's participation for Portugal against Ghana. Evidently Real Madrid are worried about it.