Anfield boss states that Suarez could go ‘if the price is right’.
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has admitted that Luis Suarez could leave the club this summer according to The Metro.
The former Swansea manager is keen to hold on to the Uruguayan striker but has admitted that if a club bids enough money for Suarez, he will sanction a move for the player.
Suarez is set to miss the first six games of Liverpool’s campaign after receiving a ban for biting the arm of Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic.
The incident was the latest in a long line of disciplinary problems that could persuade Suarez to leave the club this summer.
Suarez was recently quoted as saying he would be interested in a move to a Champions League team whilst on international duty with Uruguay.
That has reportedly sparked the interest of a number of the games giants with the likes of Bayern Munich, Juventus and Real Madrid all thought to be monitoring his availability.
The 26 year old scored 33 goals in all competitions last summer but Rodgers remains confident he can fend off interest in the striker.
Rodgers may well be tempted into selling though as he has been told he will have just £20 million to spend on new players this summer. The sale of Suarez would allow Rodgers some breathing space in the transfer market as he has previously stated he would like to bring in around three to four new players in the coming months.