Luis Suarez joins Barcelona: Wilfried Bony, Karim Benzema and the other transfer targets Liverpool should look to replace Suarez with
Suarez will leave Liverpool after agreeing a £75m move to Barcelona, but who should Liverpool reinvest the money in?
With Luis Suarez set to complete his move to Barcelona at some point in the next week, Liverpool are left with that task of filling a very large gap at the front of their attack.
31 goals in a Premier League season are difficult to come by - not to mention missing the first five games through suspension - but the general assumption is that Suarez had to go after his third biting incident.
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Nevertheless, the striker is widely regarded as the best Number Nine in the world at moment, so Liverpool will need to choose wisely if they are to challenge for the title next season as well as enjoy a successful return to the Champions League.
So taking into account that Liverpool have topped up their transfer budget by a hefty £75m, who could they look to sign in place of the Uruguayan?
Click on the gallery below to see the top transfer target.
Who would you like to see at Anfield next season? Leave your choice in the comment box below.
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