‘Furious’ Liverpool Want Suarez Talks Over Reports He’s Agreed Terms With Madrid

By on June 27, 2013

With the summer transfer window set to open, there is plenty of gossip doing the rounds in the newspapers so we’ll keep you up-to-date with the latest transfer rumours. Today, Luis Suarez could be in hot water with Liverpool.

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Liverpool will demand urgent showdown talks with Luis Suarez after reports emerged from Spain claiming he had already agreed personal terms with Real Madrid, according to the Telegraph.

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Spanish media outlet Marca – who has links with Real Madrid – reported on Wednesday that Suarez and his agents had held secret talks with the Spanish giants over a potential move to the Bernabeu and personal terms are believed to have been agreed.

Liverpool did not give the striker permission to speak with any club and now the Telegraph report that in light of Marca’s claims, the Reds will hold talks with the player as soon as he returns from his duties at the Confederations Cup to determine whether he has breached the terms of his contract.

Suarez still has three years remaining on his current deal and hasn’t submitted any formal transfer request but the newspaper suggests the Reds have been left furious with the way the Uruguayan has been dropping hints about wanting to leave in recent weeks and Marca’s claim has only heightened their frustration.

It’s usually extremely difficult for a club to stop players agents holding secret talks with other clubs and as is the case these days, things like personal terms are often agreed before any formal bid is submitted. Liverpool are desperate to hang on to Suarez and they won’t be bullied into selling him, with the Telegraph claiming they will demand at least £40m if Suarez makes it clear he want’s out of Anfield this summer.

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What do Liverpool fans make of this; do you think Suarez has held secret talks with Madrid? Would you sell him now if he has? Get involved in the comments section below.

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6 Comments

  1. Bill

    June 27, 2013 at 11:47 am

    Another blog posting this 3 day old fairy tale that started in a couple of less than reputable blogs. For one if it was true UEFA/FIFA would jump on Real from a great height for tapping up and LFC would be knocking down the door of the high court to lodge a writ. It’s all a load of bollox dreamt up by yet another dodgy UK hacker.

  2. Li Kim

    June 27, 2013 at 12:33 pm

    FIFA/UEFA definitely wouldn’t jump on them, as the writer states this happens all the time in football. The rules don’t state that the club can’t offer terms to his agent, which Suarez can then agree with and his agent will report back to Madrid. Therefore no rules have been breached, football is a horrible world. Gutted when he leaves though.

  3. Stevie G (Walton)

    June 27, 2013 at 12:59 pm

    The answer is very easy!! Liverpool send a message to Suarez to tell him that unless Real Madrid have got 100 million pounds to buy him with then he is going nowhere, then send the same message to Real Madrid, adding that he still has 4 years to go on his contract. Then also tell Saurez that they want him back straight after the Confederations Cup as they want to assess his fitness and put him on a training schedule for his first match after his ban. They should also inform the Spanish Newspaper Marca and tell them that unless Real Madrid say: “Yes we have 100 million to buy Suarez with” then their calls will be cut off immediately!

  4. mosco

    June 27, 2013 at 1:26 pm

    well said @steve G(walton)…we cant be bullied into selling him for peanut price..if they do reali need him they shud fork out d cash..and as for suarez am begining to loss ma mind on him..he has said alot lately..why cant he jst keep quite until liverpool recieves any formal bid.

  5. Thomas

    June 27, 2013 at 1:33 pm

    Club should be even more determined to keep him now. Should not be bullied by RM or Suarez himself! He has a contract and he should see it through, especially in the light of the number of games he has/will miss as a result of his indiscipline.

  6. lajuwomi ise

    July 4, 2013 at 9:03 pm

    i think LFC should be very patience and carry out a thorough investigation to see whether the rumour is true before deciding on the action to be carried out…

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