Liverpool hopeful he will remain at Anfield
The Uruguayan has been in stunning form this season for Brendan Rodgers’ side netting 28 times already this term nudging him to be one of the front runners for the Premier League’s Player of the Season.
Suarez already received a hefty pay rise last summer and he now takes home £80,000 a week, but Liverpool’s new incentive-based contract agreement means the talented striker will soon pocket £120,000 a week.
The Merseyside club are financially rewarding players who achieve certain goals or clauses in their contracts, a new way of giving the players even more to work hard for.
The Reds hope that this continued faith in the striker will be rewarded by the 26-year-old committing to the club for the long term and turning down any inevitable advances from European powerhouses.