Liverpool are reportedly preparing a surprising offer to try to bring Luis Suarez from Atletico Madrid back to the club this summer.
The Reds are said to be eager to bring in an experienced attacking player to give them more opportunities in advance, and could work on a surprising move to bring Suarez back to Anfield, according to Fichajes.net, as translated by FourFourTwo.
The Uruguayan international remains a world-class striker and it would be great to see him return for his second away game in the Premier League before his career is over.
Still, it would be a bit surprising for Suarez to return to Liverpool, as he doesn’t look like the typical Jurgen Klopp signing.
The German tactician focused on bringing in new talent, only occasionally looking for more famous big names like Virgil van Dijk, Alisson and Thiago Alcantara.
Suarez, at 34, would obviously be just a short-term option for Liverpool at this stage of his career, and it just doesn’t seem like Klopp’s way.
Of course, Suarez is good enough that the club could be willing to make an exception here to bring him back to Merseyside.
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The veteran striker was a big hit in the LFC earlier in his career, scoring 82 goals in 133 games for the club before the big move to Barcelona in 2014.
Suarez enjoyed even greater success at the Nou Camp, scoring 198 goals for Barca and winning a number of great honors, including four La Liga and Champions League titles.