Liverpool forward, Luis Suarez, has been charged by the Football Association in relation to accusations of racism toward Manchester United defender Patrice Evra, stemming from an incident that occurred on October 15th.
Liverpool remains completely supportive of their striker, however, if the FA prove these accusations against him, he may be out of the job at Anfield, given the cracking down on the policy that the FA is taking to combat racism within the English game.
With that said, if Liverpool do oust him, this world talent will be in need of a club that can use his talents. He will most likely not be moving within England itself due to the FA and its current stance, so here are 10 foreign clubs that will take him and his world-class abilities, if worse does indeed come to worst.
Inter Milan are a team struggling to find their feet this season.
With only eight points from nine games in the league, I Nerazzurri could use Suarez's lightning pace, eye for goal, and electrifying style of play to increase their odds of getting away from the relegation zone.
The Uruguayan footballer would also find comfort in the fact that fellow Uruguayan Diego Forlan is currently residing there as well, and the duo could become the most potent strike force in Serie A.
AC Milan are not in the hole quite like their blue counterparts, but they aren't in first, to the frustration of their die-hard faithful.
With former manager Carlo Ancelotti pressuring to sign the aging dynamic duo of Nicholas Anelka and Didier Drogba, this Uruguayan could solve their needs for a pacy forward to be on the end of killer balls from a respectably strong midfield.
With Antonio Cassano out for the season following heart surgery, the signing of Suarez at a somewhat discounted price could prove to be a huge steal for Ancelotti and Rossoneri.
Ajax was the former home of Suarez before his pricey move to Liverpool.
With 111 goals in 159 appearances at the club, as well as leaving the club on really good terms, Ajax could always welcome back one of their former captains and goal poachers to the side.
As far as the league goes, Suarez could provide a very helpful foot in the right direction to overtake AZ Alkmaar and FC Twente for first place in the Eredivisie, with his potent striking ability adding to their attacking force.
With Real Madrid's Gonzalo Higuain and Karim Benzema constantly being linked away from the club anytime a transfer window appears, Jose Mourinho could swoop in and steal one of the rising stars of European and world football, adding to his arsenal and creating an even deadlier side.
With Cristiano Ronaldo and Luis Suarez's lightning fast abilities combined and the backing of one of the strongest teams in world football, Real Madrid could be set to dethrone their archrivals, Barcelona, with such a move.
PSG have been making a lot of noise in the way of transfer market.
With the Qatari owners, PSG could solidify their place at the top of the table with the inclusion of Luis Suarez. They are already dominating the scene and splashing the cash to make their way to the top, much like the Arab-owned Manchester City.
Valencia are well within the title race in Spain, being only one point behind Barcelona and four points behind Real Madrid.
What they lack in overall star power, they make up for in efficient play making and scoring.
Suarez could add to this team immensely with his star power and his overall ability in front of goal, turning the two-horse race in Spain into a three-horse race.
Barcelona is an interesting entry to this list, being the European and Club World Cup champions and all.
With reports of Liverpool being potentially interested in David Villa, this could potentially turn into a very real swap of talent.
David Villa would go Liverpool and Luis Suarez would move to Barcelona.
With player-coach/captain Roberto Carlos leading the way for this big-spending, wannabe Russian juggernaut, Anzhi Makhachkala could look to make quite a few headlines and splash a ridiculous amount of money to bring the Uruguayan talent to Russia.
It's not entirely out of the realm of possibility, but with Anzhi creating a shortlist of the most highly coveted players in Europe, Suarez could easily see his way to Russia.
Borussia Dortmund are the defending champions of the Bundesliga.
Though this may be the case, a few of their headlining players, Mario Gotze for example, are piquing the interest of the major clubs in Europe.
With this interest in players increasing as the transfer window grows ever nearer, Dortmund could cash in on one of their major players and bring a major striker to their club and potentially repeat their successes from last season.
This goes for pretty much any team in the United States premier division of soccer.
With the Designated Player rule, any one of these clubs could bring in this insanely talented and young striker for a lot of money.
With that sort of buy, as well, would come a ridiculous amount of publicity, not only for that club and in America, but worldwide.
It's not out of the realm of possibilities, with some insane amounts of money already being thrown around the league, but if Suarez were to come stateside, it would create a huge amount of buzz for the league itself.
Maybe not the sort of publicity they want, but publicity nonetheless.