Jamie Carragher: 'Liverpool might be able to keep Luis Suarez'

Carragher: 'Suarez might stay at Liverpool'
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Jamie Carragher believes that Luis Suarez could stay at Liverpool this season, despite reports of a possible move to Real Madrid.

Former Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher believes that Luis Suarez may stay at Anfield, despite uncertainty over his future.

The Uruguay international has been angling for a switch to Real Madrid after claiming that the treatment that he has received from the British media has caused him to consider a move away from England.

"I think he might stay," Carragher told ITV Sport. "Some big clubs will be interested in him because he is such a top player and that is something we have to accept.

"We can't complain about that, we bought him off Ajax. He signed a contract last summer and he has a few years left and hopefully we can keep him. He is very important."

Reports have claimed that the Reds will want £40m for Suarez if they are forced to relinquish the frontman this summer.

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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