Suarez has been linked with a move to Spanish giants Real Madrid.
Former Liverpool winger John Barnes has said that the club will survive without Luis Suarez despite the Uruguay international being an important player for the club, Goal.com reports.
Suarez has been heavily linked with a move away from Anfield this summer, with Real Madrid and Napoli thought to be interested in the controversial striker.
Barnes believes that although the striker will be missed, it will not be the end of the world if he leaves, although the former Liverpool player did also say that he hopes Suarez stays.
“I’d love for Suarez to stay, I think he’s a fantastic player, but if he decides he wants to go, then that’s part of football,” Barnes told reporters
Suarez has been in Brazil playing for Uruguay in the Confederations Cup but has spent most of his time flirting with Real Madrid, saying that “he would give his heart and soul” if he were to join Los Blancos.
Liverpool have said that if Suarez does leave then clubs will have to pay £40 million for him and so far no club has come forward with an offer.
Recent reports have suggested that former Liverpool boss Rafa Benitez maybe interested in bringing Suarez to his new club Napoli, as a replacement for Edinson Cavani should the striker leave this summer.