Luis Suarez tames three lions and Barcelona want him

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According to Spanish sports paper Mundo Deportivo, negotiations for Luis Suárez are ongoing and at an advanced stage. and if anyone got to see the Uruguay v England match last night, it’s hard to think why any top club could want the prolific Liverpool and Uruguay striker.

Suárez knocked in two goals last night much to England’s pain and now it will take a small miracle if England are to go through to the knock out stages of the World cup in Brazil.

Catalan newspaper Sport has already run a story that suggests Barcelona board members have spoken to president Bartomeu over the possibility of signing the Uruguayan, who is also a target for rivals Real Madrid.

Although Barcelona have enquired about the likes of Chelsea’s Eden Hazard and Manchester United’s Robin van Persie, Luis Suárez is the man they want and Mundo Deportivo say that negotiations are at an advanced stage.

We cannot confirm any of this news at the moment as it is mere speculation but the question arises as to whether Barcelona really need to shell out €85m euros on a striker when they have Messi and Neymar in the team.

Given Liverpool’s interest in Alexis Sánchez, who is also having a great World Cup so far, the chilean could be used to sweeten any deal between the two clubs.

However, with Luis Suárez pledging his future to the Anfield side and with Champions League football to look forward to, Spain’s press may be dreaming a little too much if they think that Barça are going to prise away the top Liverpool asset.

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    Valora en Bitacoras.com: Luis Suárez tamed the three lions of England last night with a brace of goals and Spanish newspaper El Mundo Deportivo allege that Barça want him for €85m euros. The newspaper also suggest that negotiations for the urugua…