Dane thinks it counter productive to keep an unhappy player at the club against his will.
Liverpool should just bite the bullet and sell controversial front man Luis Suarez this summer according to former Reds hero Jan Molby, reports the Daily Mirror.
The mercurial Uruguay international has been the subject of much speculation of late linking him with a possible big-money move away from Anfield when the transfer window reopened on July 1, with the player himself indicating that he would like to play for Spanish giants Real Madrid next season.
And the one-time Denmark international says that Liverpool head coach Brendan Rodgers should sell the unsettled attacker, who has registered a highly impressive 51 goals and 24 assists in just 96 matches in all competitions for the Reds since arriving from Ajax in Jan 2011.
“The last thing you want is an unhappy player and Liverpool know that,” Molby told BBC Radio Merseyside.
“They’ve been busy in the market and it appears they’re almost readying themselves for life without Suarez.
“I think he’s made it pretty clear that he would like to try something new, including playing at a club that’s in the Champions League.
“If that’s how he feels, the club has to do the business.”
The 26-year-old, however, is contracted to the Merseyside giants until June 30 2018 and as a result the club’s American owners the Fenway Sports Group are understood to be wanting £40 million for Suarez this summer.