Reds have given up all hope of keeping hold of the player though.
The future of unsettled Liverpool front man Luis Suarez should be settled once and for all by the early next month as the Uruguayan plans to return to Merseyside early in order to force through his move to Spanish giants Real Madrid, reports the Sunday Mirror.
The coveted Uruguay international is currently in Brazil representing his country in the Confederations Cup, however, once their involvement in the competition comes to an end the player plans to fly straight back to England to meet with Reds head coach Brendan Rodgers and managing director Ian Ayre for face-to-face talks about his future.
And the controversial 26-year-old will tell the duo that he has no intention of playing for the Merseyside giants again, despite the fact that Suarez has a contract at Anfield that runs until June 30 2018.
However with Madrid keen on bringing the forward, who has netted an eye-catching 51 goals in just 96 contests for the club, to the Spanish capital this summer the Reds are said to be privately accepting that Suarez won’t wear the red of Liverpool again.