French giants Paris Saint-germain are reportedly planning a massive player plus cash deal for Liverpool striker Luis Suarez this summer, according to the Marca.
The cash rich French side are currently top of Ligue One and are willing to pay up to £35m to complete a deal for the forward. Suarez has been in outstanding form this season for the Reds, scoring 22 goals thus far in the league and is well on his way to break the record for the most goals scored in a season in the Premiership.
His goals have propelled Liverpool to fourth spot and in touching distance from league leaders Arsenal, who are six points clear.
The French giants are likely to face competition from Real Madrid, who are also interested in the striker but are more than capable of outbidding the Spanish giants if need be.
However, the striker will be difficult to prise away, having recently signed a contract with the Merseyside club which has made him the highest paid player in the history of the club. Liverpool are adamant that the Uruguayan will not leave Anfield, having previouly blocked interest from Arsenal for his signature.
The Gunners made a £40m plus £1 bid for the striker last summer but were rebuffed in their efforts by the management who refused to part with their star striker. Should Wenger have completed a deal for Suarez, they would have successfully addressed their problems up front, where they are struggling with injuries.
Brendan Rodgers is in awe of the Uruguayan after their 5-3 win over Stoke City at the Britannia and believes that the South American striker is "near unplayable" on current form.
The former Swansea manager supported the player when he was suspended for biting Branislav Ivanovic and Suarez has returned the favour by single-handedly carrying Liverpool in the league.
"He [Suarez] has shown in his time at Liverpool in the last year or so that he is near unplayable. He on his own can occupy a back four with his movement and his cleverness," Rodgers said.