Ajax set to report Anfield side over allegations of improper contact with player’s agent.
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Ajax are considering reporting Liverpool to Fifa over their pursuit of Luis Suarez, according to Dutch reports.
Liverpool director of football strategy Damien Comolli was in Amsterdam on Monday to try and broker a deal.
But the move remains at an impasse with Liverpool’s offer reported to be €15milion, half of what Ajax would ideally want.
Any chance of Ryan Babel being included in the deal appear to have fallen by the wayside with confirmation that he is set to tie up a deal with Hoffenheim.
And Ajax are seemingly less than amused with Liverpool’s approach with claims they have already approached Suarez’s agent Pere Guardiola, brother of Barcelona coach Pep, before being given permission. (Sky Sports)
Whilst there is a slight danger that should FIFA feel that Liverpool have acted inappropriately then they would probably get a slapped wrist but perhaps more of an issue is that should Ajax report the Merseyside club over their advances for Luis Suarez is would surely almost certainly end any chances of the Anfield side landing the Uruguayan international.
The 23 year old goal machine has been heavily linked with a move to the Premier League side and a contingent from the Liverpool had been in Amsterdam trying to complete a deal to sign the striker but it seems both sides are some way apart in their valuations of the player.
If now however the Eredivisie does now believe that Liverpool acted in a manner they deem unprofessional then presumably such an allegation would render any discussions between the two sides as pretty much over.