Juventus plotting mega bid for Liverpool ace
The Italian club wanted to sign both Suarez and Robin van Persie in the summer, and the Serie A club are prepared to splash out £25m on the striker.
As incoming Spanish striker Fernando Llorente is arriving on a free transfer, manager Antonio Conte has money to spend on a strike partner.
Juventus director general Beppe Marotta has confirmed that the club ended their interest in re-signing nomadic Swedish striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic, due to his age.
Suarez, at 26-years-old, is seen as a better option due to his affordability and the increased service he’ll be able to give the club.
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers will fight tooth and nail to keep his striker, whom he has largely built his side around this year.
The Uruguayan has finally hit the goal-scoring form that the Anfield bosses wanted when they bought him from Ajax, scoring 22 league goals and setting up another four this term.
Meanwhile, Llorente has been at the opposite ends of the goal scoring spectrum. The Spanish international has only managed one La Liga goal in 16 games this season.