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Juventus line up Suarez move

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By Gary-Jay Bourley

Sunday 24 June 2012

Juventus are lining up another attempt to sign Liverpool striker Luis Suarez, amid reports that the Premier League side are in need of some cash.

Reports from Tuttosport suggest that the Serie A champions are set to offer £14.5 million plus Milos Krasic in a offer they value at around £22 million.

The inclusion of the right winger Krasic comes after interest from for fomer Kop boss Kenny Dalgish, however now Brendan Rodgers is in charge it is unknown if the Anfield outfit are still interested in the Serbian.

Juventus have been keen on signing Suarez for a long time now and are hoping this latest offer will tempt the Merseyside outfit into letting the Uruguayan talk to the Turin club. The 25-year-old has been a big hit amongst the Liverpool faithful scoring 21 times in 52 games.

However, this report also surfaces at the same time as Liverpool are rumoured to be lining up an offer for Klaas Jan Huntelaar. Speculation mounting that Suarez could be sold to raise the funds to sign the Dutch striker.

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By Ekeng on 25 June 2012 at 12:09

Nonsense, which Suarez is that? Juventus has misfired. There cheap players around the world searching for a job and if they can't get one, I can give them my house help at that amount, but for Liverpool Luis Suarez, they have failed woefully.

By Alfonso on 25 June 2012 at 10:28

Why would Liverpool sell their best player for less than they paid for him, utter tripe, and to think people get paid to write this stuff

By Faith on 25 June 2012 at 05:53

Dont sell suarez 4 dat amount bt if a bid of 40m is table den u cn sell him nd get huntelaar 16m,luuk de jong 12m,tello 7m,sigurdssn 7m

By collie on 24 June 2012 at 14:12

Absurd to think Liverpool would sell their best player to get either of these two. Rodger would be mad to alienate the Liverpool fans at the very start of his Liverpool career and guarantee it would be a very short one. Sources can come up with all sorts of wild stuff, but to give this rumour credence is to waste everybody's time.

By Ed on 24 June 2012 at 14:05

£22M? Don't make me laugh. If Torres went for £50M, then I would expect Luis to be worth at least this figure. £22M is less than we paid for him, and he is definitely our most coveted asset. Tuttosport are talking out of their backside. Just trying to unsettle the player !

By Ray charles on 24 June 2012 at 13:15

it is an insult and i believe suarez is worth 50m plus and on top of that i think suarez is not for sale.

By Ray charles on 24 June 2012 at 13:13

it is an insult and i believe suarez is worth 50m plus and on top of that i think suarez is not for sale.

By Ceras Star on 24 June 2012 at 12:59

I wouldn't sell my lame dog to this club nor Inter considering their history with Liverpool... unless they pay way over the top of what any player is worth. Liverpool has a bad record of selling low and buying high when it is supposed to be the other way around.





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