South American attacker is currently the top scorer in the Premier League.
Brilliant Liverpool front man Luis Suarez has a whopping £130 million release clause written into his new bumper long-term contract that he agreed with the Premier League leaders, according to reports in the Daily Mirror.
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The Uruguay international recently put pen to paper on a five-year, £10m-per-year deal with the Merseyside giants that now keeps the 26-year-old at Anfield until June 30 2108.
And the good news for supporters of the Reds is that if any foreign-based club come in for Suarez, then it will cost them a staggering £100m to sign the player, which is the value of one of his two release clauses that was written into his new contract.
All of which means then that if La Liga outfit Real Madrid do decided to follow up their much-publicised and long-running interest in Suarez, then it will cost los Blancos MORE than the 100m euros that they recently splashed out in order to lure wide man Gareth Bale from Tottenham Hotspur to the Santiago Bernabeu.
However, if a rival Premier League club want to land the forward, then it will cost them even more, with the second release clause in Suarez’s new deal valued at an eye-catching £130m, which is substantially more than the much-talked about £40m exit clause that Arsenal tried unsuccessfully to trigger last summer.