Luis Suarez “could return to Liverpool sensationally if Mo Salah leaves this summer” with Jurgen Klopp in search of attacking reinforcements
- Luis Suarez was adored in Liverpool before he left for Barcelona in 2014
- He is now at Atletico Madrid, but next season he may not stay with LaLiga
- Liverpool are reportedly weighing a move for their former striker
- But that would be a possibility only if Mo Salah goes for the summer
A sensational return to Anfield for Luis Suarez could reportedly be on the cards if Mo Salah leaves this summer.
The Uruguayan was adored at Anfield until he went to join Barcelona in 2014. He was left by the Nou Camp club at the end of last season and leads Atletico Madrid for the title.
But Suarez, 34, may not stay with Atletico and if Salah leaves Liverpool in big money, the Reds could welcome their former striker, according to the Spanish website Fichajes.
Luis Suarez has been in sensational form since joining Atletico Madrid of Barcelona
Mo Salah is still one of Liverpool’s best players and the club is not interested in selling him
Despite the fact that Suarez is nearing the end of his career, he has been in great shape this season.
Burned by treatment in Barcelona, he was inspired to score 19 goals in 25 games with Atletico leading the title race.
He was a talisman in Liverpool after joining Ajax in 2011, networking 82 times in 133 appearances, but it seems his age and salary requirements would not fit the FSG signing model.
A return to Liverpool has been announced if Salah leaves the club at Anfield for the summer
That said, if Salah leaves, Liverpool will have a big gap to fill.
The Egyptian winger is linked to leaving and gave an interview to AS earlier in the campaign, saying he would be open to playing for Barcelona or Real Madrid in the future.
Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain are also thought to be interested, but a huge transfer fee would be needed to persuade Liverpool to sell.
Jurgen Klopp’s team is suffering a bad season, but Salah is outstanding and leads the race for the Golden Boot of the Premier League together with Harry Kane with 17 goals.
There are no indications that Liverpool want to let Salah go, but a failure in next season’s Champions League qualifiers could make it harder to keep their most dangerous player.
Jurgen Klopp’s team is facing a struggle to enter the top four in the Premier League this season