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Old Club : Ajax Amsterdam
New Club : Liverpool
Price : £23 million
Liverpool had become too dependent on Fernando Torres for its goals and his poor form had been one of the reasons for Liverpool's dismal showing in the season.
The new owners, FSG, decided to spend some cash to bring in Luis Suarez to partner Torres. Though Torres did not stay, Suarez has been able to breathe a new life into the Liverpool squad.
He has already scored twice and provided three assists in his five appearances, including a very impressive performance against bitter rivals, Manchester United.
Though no one doubted his ability, there were questions with regard to his adaptability to the physical nature of the Premier League.
He displayed his superb skills in his contribution to the first goal against Manchester United as well as in the second goal against Sunderland and seems to be another Liverpool "No.7" legend in the making.
Even though Kenny Dalglish has been credited with bringing the smiles back on the faces of the supporters, it has been Luis Suarez who has been one of the reasons for Kenny's success as a manager.
His absence was very much noticed in the Europa matches, where he was ineligible to play.
With Andy Carroll also returning from injury, Suarez and Carroll do have the potential to form one of the most lethal striking partnerships in the Premier League.