The Uruguayan’s future was one of the most talked about topics over the summer, with the player himself openly chasing a move away from Anfield.
Despite his desire to join Real Madrid – who made no serious offers – and multiple bids from Arsenal, the Reds held form to keep Suarez on Merseyside.
He has since apologised for his actions and has made a goalscoring return to the first-team following a 10-match ban.
But, rumours surrounding his future are still rife.
Despite Liverpool’s insistence that Suarez is not for sale, they are reportedly ready to let him leave in January for the right price.
After watch Gareth Bale complete a world-record move to Real, the joint Premier League leaders believe that their man is worth at least £50m.
Suarez is thought to have told close friends that he is still determined to move to a Champions League club, with Los Blancos his desired destination.
Real are thought to be considering the South American, who will be eligible to feature in the their European campaign after Christmas due to Liverpool’s lack of continental football this term.
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