Liverpool striker Luis Suarez has raised question marks surrounding his long-term future at the club, by declaring that he would be open to a summer move to Bayern Munich.
The Uruguayan international has been in fine for the Reds this season, netting 18 Premier League goals, making him the division’s second highest scorer.
With the Anfield side likely to miss out on Champions League football for next term, questions have been asked regarding the 26-year-old’s willingness to remain on Merseyside.
German giants Bayern Munich are thought to be highly interested in the South American, with Pep Guardiola, who is due to take charge of the club this summer, lining up a list of potential signings.
Suarez has previously stated his willingness to stay at Liverpool, but has now revealed that he would happily discuss a move at the end of the season:
“If Bayern Munich makes an offer I would certainly be willing to listen and think about it,” he is quoted by The Metro.
“It doesn’t mean I will definitely leave, it just means that I will not automatically reject other clubs.”
Suarez would likely cost in excess of £40m, with Liverpool having tied him down to a long-term contract last summer.