Barcelona have offered Liverpool striker Luis Suarez a five-year £160,000-a-week deal, which includes a ‘no bite clause’, Mirror report.
The Catalan club have recently upped their interest in signing the controversial Uruguayan star, but want to make certain there will no more ‘biting incidents.’
Suarez has just received a four month football ban from FIFA after he bit defender Giorgio Chiellini in the shoulder during Uruguay’s World Cup clash against Italy.
But despite this, Barcelona are keen to sign the former Ajax man and will be inserting special clauses to keep his behaviour in check.
Liverpool have slapped an £80million price tag on the PFA Player of the year, but Barcelona are only looking to pay £50million.
The La-Liga giants are therefore looking to add Chilean winger Alexis Sanchez to sweeten the deal, who they value at £30million.
Barcelona are also looking to reduce the four month ban on Suarez, and are believed to have contacted highly-rated sports lawyer Juan de Dios Crespo in pursuit of their objective.
Without Suarez, Uruguay were unable to handle a James Rodriguez inspired Colombia side, crashing out of the World Cup in a 2-0 loss.