Reds want attacker’s future settled as soon as possible.
Unsettled Liverpool front man Luis Suarez will be told by the Merseyside giants that he has to hand in a written transfer request if he wishes to force through his big-money move to Real Madrid this summer, says the Daily Mail.
The mercurial Uruguay international is currently in Brazil representing his country in the Confederations Cup, where he scored against the world and European champions Spain on Sunday.
However, the 26-year-old is then expected back in England following the conclusion to the tournament to meet with officials from Anfield, including both head coach Brendan Rodgers and managing director Ian Ayre, to discuss his future with the club.
The Reds, though, are still to receive any offers from the Spanish giants for their attacker and will be demanding a figure somewhere in the region of £50 million for a player who last season registering an eye-catching 30 goals and 11 assists in just 44 appearances for Liverpool.