Juventus preparing for a second go at Suarez

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The Express reports that Juventus plan to try and tempt Luis Suarez from Anfield at the end of the season. The Italians tried to sign him last summer but were knocked back when the Uruguayan pledged his future to Liverpool.

However, that hasn’t deterred Juventus and they will be just one of a host of clubs hoping to land Suarez for next season. They are on course to defend their Serie A crown and can offer the striker Champions League football.


Bayern Munich are another European side that have shown a real interest in signing Suarez. They too are going to win their domestic league and knocked Juventus out of the Champions League last night.

Bayern currently have more star quality in their team than Juventus.

Former Barcelona manager Pep Guardiola takes over in the summer to manage players such as Franck Ribéry, Arjen Robben and Bastian Schweinsteiger.

Suarez may like the idea of teaming up with these superstars and trying to dominate Europe ahead of the two Spanish sides.

The Bundesliga is becoming the best in Europe in terms of financial security and the entertainment on the pitch. It would certainly be a good place to play your football for the next five years or so.

Hottest property in world football

If Suarez does decide to leave Anfield then Real Madrid, Barcelona, Man City and Chelsea will all be interested. Whenever a player of his quality becomes available then all Europe’s big clubs will consider a bid. French moneybags PSG would also try and get themselves in the running.

Suarez is the Premier League’s top goalscorer this season and in the running for the Player of the Year award. He is one of the hottest properties in world football at the moment.

If he does decide he wants to leave, then he could have his pick of the champions of Germany, Italy, France or Spain, with a Champions League campaign to look forward to next season.

Liverpool fans will be hoping Brendan Rodgers can do as good a job as he did last year in persuading Suarez that his future still lies at Anfield.

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