Luis Suarez
Luis Suarez has scored 24 goals for Barcelona this season.Getty

Luis Suarez's £65m move from Liverpool to Barcelona has been voted as the best La Liga transfer of the season ahead of Real Madrid star James Rodriguez and Manchester United target Nicolas Otamendi, according to a pool made by Spanish newspaper Marca.

The Uruguay international missed the first three months of the season due to a ban for biting Giorgio Chiellini during the 2014 World Cup, but has been crucial to help his side win La Liga in his debut campaign at the Camp Nou, as well reaching both the Copa del Rey and the Champions League final.

Even though he scored just five goals in his first 18 appearances at the Camp Nou he has managed to replicate last season's form at Liverpool in the second part of the campaign to forge a lethal attacking trio alongside Lionel Messi and Neymar.

So even though during the first part of the season some questioned his £65m tag, a pool made by Marca crowned the former Liverpool star as the best La Liga transfer of the campaign with 33.8% of the vote ahead of Rodriguez (25.2%), Valencia centre-back Otamendi (20.8%), and Atletico Madrid sensation Antoine Griezmann (7.9%).

Luis Suarez
Marca

Suarez has scored 24 goals and provided 23 assists in 41 appearances for Barcelona, including braces against Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain, as well a winner during the La Liga Clasico against Real Madrid.

Meanwhile, Rodriguez, who joined Real Madrid from Monaco for around £63m to replace Angel Di Maria, has failed to help his side to win any title but scored 17 goals and grabbed 18 assists during his first season at the Bernabeu.

Former Porto centre-back Otamendi has emerged as the leader of Valencia's back-line to secure the fourth place in La Liga to return to the Champions League, attracting the attention of Manchester United.

Furthermore, Griezmann, who has been heavily linked with Chelsea, has scored 22 La Liga goals at Diego Simeone's side after moving from Real Sociedad in summer 2014 for around £22m.