Liverpool Transfer Rumours: Luis Suarez Would Like to Talk to Bayern Munich

Dusan LucicCorrespondent IIFebruary 28, 2013

LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND - JANUARY 19:  Luis Suarez of Liverpool celebrates scoring his team's second goal during the Barclays Premier League match between Liverpool and Norwich City at Anfield on January 19, 2013 in Liverpool, England.  (Photo by Mark Thompson/Getty Images)
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Liverpool forward Luis Suarez has publicly admitted that he would be willing to listen to and think about transfer offers from Bayern Munich.

Following the announcement of Pep Guardiola's summer takeover of Bayern, a plethora of world-class players, most notably Neymar, Robert Lewandowski and Suarez, have been linked with the club.

However, the Liverpool man is the first to come out and admit his interest in a move to the Allianz Arena.

Metro's Jamie Sanderson has also pointed out the fact that Guardiola's brother, Pere, is a football agent, and currently represents the Liverpool forward. The former Barcelona manager could use his brother's help in his pursuit for the prolific Uruguayan.

Furthermore, Suarez himself has come out and revealed he would consider moving to Bayern (Metro):

If Bayern Munich make an offer, I would certainly be willing to listen and think about it. It doesn’t mean I will definitely leave, it just means that I will not automatically reject other clubs.

Despite the fact that the former Ajax man is currently enjoying his most successful season in the English Premier League, having scored 18 goals in 24 appearances for the Reds, he will certainly feel disappointed with his current club should they fail to fulfill their ambition to ensure Champions League qualification next year.

And so far, Liverpool have struggled this season and look set to miss out on the much-coveted fourth place yet again—since 2009, the Reds have continually failed to qualify for the Champions League.

Suarez needs Champions League football to fully showcase his skill, and since Liverpool can't offer that, the transfer could be on the cards.

However, the Reds' best player would, in all likelihood, cost in the region of £40 million, and the Germans might not be willing to match Liverpool's asking price.

Should Liverpool sell Luis Suarez, and who could replace him should the inevitable come this summer?

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