interested in a £40 million move, could he be tempted to join Pep Guardiola in Germany next season? Here are the reasons why he should stay and the reasons he should leave.
Reasons to Stay
1. Brendan Rodgers' Philosophy
Luis Suarez is the epitome of everything that Brendan Rodgers is trying to implement in his 'tiki-taka' style of play at Livepool. As seen this season, Suarez is thriving under the new philosophy because he has all of the attributes to be the lynchpin of this team, he is quick, agile, good on the ball and can find those pockets of space that are so vital for a quick passing game. It is exactly the type of game that Suarez enjoys playing, you could see for long periods under Kenny Dalglish that he was ineffective because the system was not set up to play to his strengths, meaning he was often left to feed of Andy Carroll's knock-downs. We have seen in games this season that Liverpool are going in the right direction with their style of play and if Suarez stays, then next season, with a few summer signings and an increased understanding of the system, Liverpool could be real contenders in the Premier League.
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