Luis Suarez open to leaving Liverpool for Bayern Munich

Liverpool's Luis Suarez celebrates scoring his second goal at Anfield during their match against Sunderland on January 2, 2013
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Liverpool striker Luis Suarez reveals that he would consider a move to Bayern Munich in the future.

Liverpool striker Luis Suarez has suggested that he could abandon Anfield for Bundesliga outfit Bayern Munich in the future.

The Merseyside outfit could face a fight to keep hold of the Uruguayan international due to the club's unlikelihood of securing Champions League football for next season, and their hopes of winning a trophy were dashed when they were knocked out of the Europa League.

While the 26-year-old has insisted that he is happy at Liverpool, Bayern, who will be coached by ex-Barcelona boss Pep Guardiola next season, are reported to be eying a big-money move for the forward in the summer.

"If one day the club made an offer for me, we will sit down and see what is the best for everyone," Suarez told German newspaper Bild.

Suarez, who moved to Anfield from Ajax in 2011, has netted 25 goals so far this season.

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