A host of Europe's top clubs have been alerted by the current situation at Liverpool involving their prize asset Luis Suarez. The Uruguay international is a wanted man according to media reports this week and Juventus, Chelsea, Athletico Madrid and Real Madrid are all ready to fork out the £40 million buy out clause in the strikers contract.
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has admitted he will be bringing in new personal in January with his current crop of players struggling to make any real impact in the Premier League this season. Suarez is hungry for success and could well be swayed by lucarative offers from one of Europe's big guns.
Jose Mourninho's Real Madrid would be a fitting move for the 25-year-old who is eager to play Champions League football, and Mourinho will almost certainly hand him a main role in the squad, although he will face stern competition their which might put him off.
Athletico Madrid could be another option with the La Liga side looking set to lose their top striker Radamel Falcao either in January or in the summer, so Suarez would be the ideal replacement.
Chelsea are desperately seeking a new striker with Fernando Torres drawing blanks and the sheer lack of back up choices, Suarez would most certainly be the main man here, although he would not be recieved well by an already frustrated and angry Stamford Bridge crowd after the recent goings on.
Italy's Serie A is looking more likely to be the destination of Suarez if he does get pursuaded to leave, with it being mutual ground and to a club with big ambitions already enjoying a very good run in The Champions League and are in good domestic form. Suarez's style of play would fit in well with the direct and fluid Italians who love to attack.
Rodgers will do everything he can to keep hold of his top goalscorer but with the strikers buy out clause becoming public knowledge recently and his personal desire to win trophies, it could prove to be a hard task and Liverpool could well be facing the prospect of life after Suarez.
It would be a disaster for the Anfield faithful, who fully rely on Suarez having been their saviour on so many occasions this season and prior seasons. So is their life after Suarez? Yes, providing they can find a suitable replacement, and they will have to dive into the market in order to do that. Rodgers is already in negotiations with some striking options and he is bound to bring in new faces up top whether Suarez leaves or not.