Luis Suarez has admitted on a Uruguay radio station that it would be “difficult to say no” to Real Madrid amid reports that the Spanish giants are set to make a move for the Reds striker.
The 26 year olds future at Anfield has been under question following his bite on Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic; actions that saw him banned for ten matches.
The Uruguayan international added to speculation that he is set to move on by saying that he was “not prepared to continue suffering at the hands of English journalists” whilst maintaining he is happy at Liverpool “thanks to the fans”.
The club have been firm in their position regarding the issue, with Ian Ayre stating earlier in the year that he is “100% certain” that they could keep hold of Suarez should a Champions League side come calling.
Meanwhile, the Mirror have reported that Liverpool and Celta Vigo are yet to agree on a fee for striker Iago Aspas, following reports that a deal is close.
They claim that personal terms have been agreed, though the transfer fee could alter depending on whether or not Celta can avoid relegation.
If they do go down, so will Aspas’ release clause, which could see other clubs make an offer, a scenario which Liverpool are reportedly keen to avoid.