Liverpool worst fears set to become reality if no Champions League
Luiz Suarez has been Liverpool’s go-to-man this season and manager Brendan Rodgers has admitted that the club risk losing the striker if they fail to qualify for the Champions League. And it looks like the club’s worst fears are set to come alive after the player admitted that will be interested in listening to offers from Bayern Munich.
Bayern are set to appoint Pep Guardiola as their manager come next season and the Bavarians are prepared to back the former Barcelona boss with substantial amount of cash to land his transfer targets. Reports suggest that Guardiola is keen to sign Suarez and is ready to offer £40 million for the player.
Despite claims from both Suarez and Liverpool that the Uruguayan will not leave Anfield, recent comments from the striker will cast doubts over his future at the club. The Metro quotes Suarez talking about the interest from Bayern, “If Bayern Munich makes an offer I would certainly be willing to listen and think about it. It doesn’t mean I will definitely leave, it just means that I will not automatically reject other clubs.”
Suarez arrived at Anfield in January 2011 and after a shoot-and-miss season last year, the striker has hit top form this campaign and has accumulated 26 goals and 8 assists in 38 games in all competitions.