Well, nobody saw this coming.
The Luis Suarez saga took an unexpected twist today with news of another potential offer for the controversial Uruguayan. Barcelona could now face competition for the Liverpool forward’s signature from…Kosovo Superleague side Hajvalia.
With Kosovo yet to become full members of FIFA, the country currently remains free from the governing body’s regulations. As a result, Hajvalia are ambitiously attempting to convince the 27 year old to spend the next four months in the tiny Balkan state. The Superleague outfit have reportedly offered Liverpool £25,000 and are willing to pay Suarez £1,200 per month for his services.
The Uruguayan will likely take some convincing, but it seems as if many Liverpool fans on Twitter are all for the move. Many see it as a perfect solution to keep the 27 year old out of Barcelona’s clutches as well as maintaining the striker’s match fitness. Others just think it would be hilarious.
brilliant Kosovo. haha. what a nice move by that football club. Suarez can't even complain.
— AliaOthman (@AliaLiverpool) June 30, 2014
That idea of sending Suárez to Kosovo, really isn't that bad. Punishment and it keeps him fit? Ticks all the boxes.
— David (@DCSLFC) June 30, 2014
If Suarez goes to Kosovo for 4 months it would be hilarious !
— Brian Tuohy (@BrixTuohy) June 30, 2014
Suarez playing in Kosovo would be one of the funniest things ever!
— Filip (@LFC_FILIP) June 30, 2014
Let's send Suarez to Kosovo!
— IS (@stanic007) June 30, 2014
Luis Suarez might go to play in Kosovo for four months as they are not recognised by FIFA. This would be amazing. #dream
— I'm That Dude (@VilsonBeiqi) June 30, 2014
Luis Suarez could sign for Kosovo side Hajvalia and flip the biggest bird in FIFAs direction.
— Domenic Gullaci (@FalseGiorno) June 30, 2014
I would pay good money to watch Suarez play in Kosovo. He'll have 8 goals per game, conservative estimate.
— Mootaz (@Txzlfc) June 30, 2014