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Liverpool should re-sign Luis Suarez if free transfer reports are true

There isn’t much tinkering to be done with this Liverpool side. The Reds have been crowned champions of everything in the last year and a bit, meaning that any changes to the playing staff must be carefully considered. We could do with more reinforcements in attack, rotation options. If reports out of Catalonia are to be believed then Liverpool should consider re-signing Luis Suarez on a short term deal.

Liverpool should re-sign Luis Suarez if reports from Catalonia are true. (Photo by Alex Livesey/Getty Images)

Controversial icon

During his time at Liverpool Luis Suarez was never shy of controversy.

At his worst he stained the club’s reputation with indefensible actions. At his best he wowed the crowd and played utterly spellbinding football, he turned football into theatre.

In his last season at Anfield we saw the Uruguayan score a sensational 31 goals in 33 games, unreal numbers. Months later he was sold to Barcelona for £75m.

Time’s up at Barcelona

Now 33-years-old and having won it all at Barcelona the Uruguayan appears to be on his way out of the Camp Nou.

According to Catalan outlet RAC1 the striker is expected to leave the club on a free transfer this summer.

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This is likely to do with the fact that he is entering the twilight of his career but still has a year left on a £290k a week deal.

Liverpool should re-sign Suarez

If the Reds end up letting either Divock Origi or Rhian Brewster leave the club, be it on a permanent or temporary deal, then they will need to bring in another striker.

Liverpool could do worse than re-signing Luis Suarez on a short term deal.

The Uruguayan is past his peak but with no transfer fee attached he would be a fantastic value rotation option for a year whilst the Reds decide on their next move when it comes to attacking reinforcements.

He has a winner’s pedigree having collected an embarrassment of medals at Barcelona, he would be able to step into the first team when needed.

The forward has already proven that he has what it takes to tear apart the Premier League, wouldn’t it be something to see him do it one last time?

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