Pep Guardiola to lure Luis Suarez to Bayern Munich
Liverpool striker tops wish list for incoming Bayern boss claims French newspaper L'Equipe
Luis Suarez is among Bayern Munich's top summer transfer targets as incoming manager Pep Guardiola begins planning for next season.
French newspaper L'Equipe reports that the former Barcelona boss will be given £240m to spend next summer to revamp the Bayern side. Among his targets are Liverpool striker Suarez and Atletico Madrid forward Radamel Falcao.
Suarez is contracted at Anfield until 2018, putting the Reds in an incredibly strong position with regards to where the Uruguayan's future lies.
However, the likelihood that the Reds will miss out on Champions League qualification this term means they may be unable to meet the 26-year-old's ambitions and could sanction a move.
There has also been talk that Suarez could be 'driven out of England' according to former Liverpool director Damien Comolli, owing to the negative press that has followed numerous high-profile incidents the striker has been involved in.
It's unlikely that the former Ajax striker, who joined Liverpool in 2011, would be allowed to leave for anything less than £40m.
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