The Spanish giants are desperate to sign the Uruguayan.
Liverpool forward Luis Suarez has been the subject of interest from Real Madrid for some time and now the Spanish giants are set to place a £70m bid, reports the Times.
Los Blancos have been interested in signing the Uruguay international for over 18 months and even considered a move for the then unsettled striker back in 2013.
However, at the time Madrid were more focused on acquiring Gareth Bale from Tottenham Hotspur, but having now completed that world record £85.3m transfer for the Welshman the focus has moved back to Suarez.
The 27-year-old received many admirers in 2013/14 with his PFA Player of the Year winning displays for the Reds, helping them to second in the Premier League with an impressive 31 goals in just 33 appearances.
This has seen the Merseyside club return to the Champions League for the first time since 2009 and Suarez has openly admitted he relishes playing at Anfield on a European night.
Yet that may never happen for the attacker – who joined the club in January 2011 for £22.8m – as Los Merengues president Florentino Perez and head coach Carlo Ancelotti have met to plot their move for the South American.
Suarez appears to be a lot happier under Brendan Rodgers’ guidance then he was 12 months ago, but the Uruguayan’s solicitor Alejandro Balbi has admitted a switch to the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu would be too good to turn down for his client.
The Reds meanwhile would also find a £70m offer hard to resist, especially as they are currently raising funds for a stadium expansion.
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