Anfield side concerned imminent ban could cover club action.
Liverpool are set to hold crisis talks following striker Luis Suarez’s latest biting offence and are ready to sell their prized asset according to the Daily Mirror.
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Members of the Anfield side’s boardroom will hold a conference that will include boss Brendan Rodgers, currently on holiday in the United States, and the Merseyside outfit are ready to ‘cut and run’ on the former Ajax man and will consider selling Suarez to prospective suitors Barcelona and Real Madrid.
However the fear may be that neither La Liga side would want to follow up on their interest in Suarez after a third biting incident, having been handed lengthy bans for similar offences during his time in Holland and most recently at the tail end of 2012/13 when he attacked Chelsea’s Branislav Ivanovic.
Suarez had a superb season at Liverpool, scoring 31 goals in 33 Premier League appearances, and had seemingly been seen as something of a reformed character after numerous unsavoury incidents but the club may feel they can no longer defend the 27 year old’s actions.
Liverpool are apparently ‘in the dark’ over whether any ban handed down by FIFA would cover his involvement at club level, if so then clearly his valuation will plummet.
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