Anfield club insist they have no interest in selling the Uruguayan striker.
Liverpool managing director Ian Ayre has warned off clubs considering making a summer bid for Luis Suarez according to Sky Sports.
The Uruguayan striker has been in fine form this season and currently sits top of the Premier League’s top goalscorers chart.
Those performances have not gone unnoticed with a number of top European sides reportedly keen to secure Suarez’s signature this summer.
The player fuelled those rumours during a recent spell on international duty with Uruguay when he admitted he would be tempted by a move to a club playing in the Champions League.
Liverpool look almost certain to miss out on Champions League qualification for next season and will also do well to qualify for the Europa League.
That has prompted speculation that German giants Bayern Munich could be set for a big money bid. The Bundesliga Champions are ready to offer new manager Pep Guardiola significant transfer funds when he arrives and the former Barcelona boss is thought to have made Suarez his top summer target.
But Liverpool have insisted they have no interest in selling Suarez. Ayre insisted the club hope to play at the highest level and that you don’t reach those heights by selling the likes of Suarez or Anfield captain Steven Gerrard.