Luis Suarez moving to Kosovo? Disgraced Uruguayan offered surprising route back into football
Kosovan Superleague side Hajvalia want Suarez on a short-term deal
Monday 30 June 2014
Luis Suarez has been offered an unlikely way around his four-month football ban - playing in the Kosovan Superleague.
With the country not yet full Fifa members, and therefore not bound by their laws and sanctions, club side Hajvalia have made a cheeky offer to secure Suarez's services on loan.
However he would only be paid £1,200 a month, with Hajvalia reportedly willing to offer Liverpool £24,000 for the deal.
"As we are not part of Fifa yet, I think he can play in Kosovo, so we have an offer that we will send to Liverpool. This is the maximum we can offer," Hajvilia's director, Xhavit Pacolli told Kosovo daily Sport Plus.
"We offered 30,000 euros and a salary of 1500 for each month. This might sound ridiculous to him, but that is all we can do.
"If he is willing to come and play for us, he is welcome. As we are not part of FIFA, it would be ideal for him."
Suarez is facing a four-month ban for biting Giorgio Chiellini during Uruguay's final group stage game with Italy.
However despite this, Barcelona are reportedly interested in making an £80m move for the player.
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