Jan Molby: 'Liverpool preparing for life without Luis Suarez'

Liverpool's Luis Suarez holds his head in his hands after a missed chance during the match against Reading on April 13, 2013
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Jan Molby believes that Liverpool are preparing to lose "unhappy" Luis Suarez this summer.

Former Liverpool midfielder Jan Molby believes that the club will part ways with Luis Suarez this summer because they will not want to keep hold of an "unhappy" player.

The Uruguayan international has claimed that he is open to leaving Anfield due to the negative treatment he feels he has received from the British press.

With the prolific forward constantly being linked to Real Madrid, the Reds have acquired the services of midfielder Luis Alberto and striker Iago Aspas.

"The last thing you want is an unhappy player and Liverpool know that," Molby told BBC Radio Merseyside. "They've been busy in the market and it appears they're almost readying themselves for life without Suarez.

"I think he's made it pretty clear that he would like to try something new, including playing at a club that's in the Champions League. If that's how he feels, the club has to do the business."

Reports have claimed that the club are looking for a bid in the region of £40m for the striker.

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