PFA Chief Says It Will Be “Practically Impossible” for Luis Suarez to Leave Liverpool This Month: Nightly Soccer Report
Professional Footballers’ Association Chief Gordon Taylor says it will be practically impossible for Luis Suarez to leave Liverpool this month.
“With the transfer window expiring, the difficulties of not only selling him to a competitor but also replacing him makes it practically impossible.
“I think it really muddies the waters to have buy-out clauses that are supposed to be confidential between employer and employee.
“Inevitably that gets out. The drafting of such clauses are far from straightforward.
“These are issues we are going to have to raise with the Premier League at our regular discussions.”
With Liverpool owner John W Henry saying that Suarez is going nowhere, it appears more likely than ever before that Suarez is staying at Liverpool — whether he likes it or not.
Here are tonight’s world soccer news headlines:
- PFA Chief says it will be “practically impossible” for Luis Suarez to leave Liverpool this month — BBC Sport
- West Ham eager to sign Liverpool’s Stewart Downing for £6m — The Guardian
- Tottenham seal £9m deal for Toulouse midfielder Etienne Capoue — The Telegraph
- Liverpool are in complete control of the Luis Suarez situation, says Brendan Rodgers — The Mail
- Manchester United lose to Sevilla in Rio Ferdinand testimonial — The Guardian
- Arsenal defender Ignasi Miquel has joined Championship side Leicester on loan — Sky Sports
- Manchester United’s Wayne Rooney in contention for Community Shield — The Guardian
- Liverpool set to join Everton in race for Guilherme Siqueira — Metro
- Swansea City’s Chico Flores admits Europa League has helped escape heartbreak of father’s death — Wales Online
- World Cup in Qatar ‘impossible’ in summer, says FA Chairman Greg Dyke — BBC Sport
- ESPN names additional contributors and reporters for ESPN FC on TV — ESPN
- Anderlecht say Sacha Kljestan called up to US national team vs. Bosnia — Pro Soccer Talk
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