Luis Suarez ‘could make a sensational return to Liverpool if Mo Salah leaves this summer’ with Jurgen Klopp looking for offensive reinforcements
- Luis Suarez was adored at Liverpool before moving to Barcelona in 2014
- He is now with Atletico Madrid, but is not allowed to stay with LaLiga next season
- Liverpool are reportedly considering a move ahead of their former forward
- But that would only be possible if Mo Salah left in the summer
A sensational return to Anfield for Luis Suarez could reportedly be on the map when Mo Salah leaves this summer.
The Uruguayan was worshiped at Anfield until he left for Barcelona in 2014. He was dumped by the Nou Camp club at the end of last season and is leading Atletico Madrid’s title defense.
But Suarez, 34, is not allowed to stay with Atlético and if Salah leaves Liverpool with a large sum of money, the Reds could welcome their former attacker, according to the Spanish website. Transfers
Luis Suarez has been in sensational form since joining Atletico Madrid from Barcelona
Mo Salah remains one of Liverpool’s best players and the club has no interest in selling him
Despite Suarez approaching the end of his career, he is in sparkling form this season.
Burned by his treatment in Barcelona, he was inspired to score 19 goals in 25 games, with Atletico leading the title race.
He was talismanic at Liverpool after coming over from Ajax in 2011, scoring 82 times in 133 appearances, but his age and wage demands don’t seem to fit the FSG model of signings.
A return to Liverpool has been touted as Salah leaves Anfield in the summer
That said, if Salah left, Liverpool would have a huge void to fill.
The Egyptian winger has been linked with a move and gave an interview with AS earlier in the campaign, saying he would be open to play for Barcelona or Real Madrid in the future.
Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain would also be interested, but it would take a huge transfer fee to convince Liverpool to sell.
Jurgen Klopp’s side have had a bad season, but Salah has been excellent, leading the Premier League Golden Boot race alongside Harry Kane with 17 goals.
There is no indication that Liverpool want to let Salah leave, but if he doesn’t qualify for next season’s Champions League it could be more difficult to hold on to their most dangerous player.
Jurgen Klopp’s side faces a battle to get into the top four of the Premier League this season