Liverpool have had some superb players over the years, the club always seems to have some of the best players in the world on their books and the fans often feel a connection to those stars even after they’ve left. Lis Suarez is certainly one of those and after he bagged a hat-trick in the El Classico for Barcelona on Sunday, The Reds have been dreaming of an Anfield return for the star.
— Empire of the Kop (@empireofthekop) October 28, 2018
Barcelona vs Real Madrid on Sunday saw not one ex-Liverpool star take to teh field, but two. Luis Suarez and Philippe Coutinho linked up as the Catalan giants smashed five past Los Blancos and after watching their two ex-players link up to tear apart the reigning Champions League winners, they’ve been fantasising over Luis Suarez one day returning to Anfield, where he scored an incredible 82 goals in 133 games for The Kopites.
Luis Suarez final season in Liverpool in 2013/14 will be one that the fans will simply never forget. The Uruguayan’s goalscoring record was sublime and it seemed at times like he was playing a different game to what those around him were. Even now, at the age of 31, the ex-Liverpool man is still shining and there isn’t much that the Reds wouldn’t do to see him lining up alongside some of their current stars, Mo Salah and Sadio Mane.
You can read The Kopites’ verdict on Suarez and his Classico treble here:
I’d luv him to come back home sometime soon
— Mark (@markthesparks48) 28 October 2018
Marvellous but his header against Cardiff from the edge of the box was even better. What a player!
— paul calland (@quiteposhscouse) October 28, 2018
Suarez & Coutinho made in Liverpool and whether fans like to hear it or not were guided right by Brendan Rodgers
— Jonathan Egan (@jonathan_egan) October 28, 2018
Liverpool connection lighting up the El Clasico!!!
— Rolando Govender (@RolandoGov) October 28, 2018
Great header. What a player.
— Paul Dickinson (@PaulDiki1989) October 28, 2018
4-1. Suarez n Coutinho.
Imagine them in this team.
The Spanish giants are nothing without our stars..
— Paramveer (@Paramzhea) October 28, 2018
Hat-trick what a guy!
— James O Keeffe (@James160274) October 28, 2018
The Reds are in awe of Suarez and would love to see him one day return to Anfield.