Liverpool makes Suarez almost inaccessible with new whopping 100 mln-pound release clause
London: Liverpool has reportedly inked two staggering price tags in his new 10 million pounds-a-year contract extension- a whopping 100 million pounds for a foreign club and an even larger 130 million-pound tag for a Premier League side.
Those two numbers should price Suarez, who had a 40 million-pound price tag in his previous deal, out of a move from Anfield or even stop a repeat of the transfer talk last summer, and the only likely movers for Suarez, Real Madrid would have to top the sum they paid for Gareth Bale.
According to a leading newspaper, Suarez and his advisers wanted a `sale` fee inserted in his new bumper five-year contract but the numbers are so high that they virtually take him off the market, although the valuation is a weight off the minds of the fans who have backed Suarez despite his problems earlier in the year.
But the two-tier valuation means that Suarez is unlikely to ever be sold to an English club directly from Liverpool, the report added.