GOAL.com - The Spanish giants are willing to pay up to £60 million to land the Liverpool star as they look to bolster their attacking line-up to challenge for La Liga and the Champions League
60 million is a lot but I don't think Liverpool will be too keen on selling him.
if bale was £80m then suarez should be £80,000,001...
I wonder how much cash they'll thow around until they actually win a UCL again...
haha yeah, if they also get Suarez...then they will no longer have a proper excuse for not winning the UCL :)
Cuz Barca won't be doing anything like that this january.
Barca and Madrid have nothing in common when it comes to buying players. I wish Barca would do more buying, they NEED a defender, and now a goalkeeper, Madrid don't NEED suarez, just like they didn't really need Bale for a world record fee.
I don't see them pulling off such a move in the middle of a season when Liverpool will only point out that losing him even for 60 million could cost them 30 million by potentially missing out on the champions league next season They wouldn't sell, no chance, only in the summer when they could replace him.
no chance of a January move, might of happened if Sturridge wasn't injured, but he is out for a few months now i think. 60million isn't enough anyway.
85 million or get to fuck. They signed Bale for 80, and Suarez is in a different league to him. He's not going anyway. Liverpool could end up being the real deal this season by challenging for the title. They'll get a CL spot, hopefully at the expense of United, who look shocking. Give Moyes 5 more years, please.
Liverpool won't sell Suarez in January , not in the year when they finally look like they could potentially finish in top 4 , not even for that money.
How freaking long do they have to do this before they realize that slamming every star player there is to one team doesn't make it necessarily a working one.. They already have ridiculously great line up so how about trying to make the best out of it istead!?
Talk about buying trophies...
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