Poor old Susan Black. The ink was barely dry on her contract as Liverpool's head of communications when a certain star player sunk his teeth into the arm of Branislav Ivanovic. Since then, she must have got a pretty good feel for what life as a firefighter feels like.
Suarez has made all the right noises since the incident, combining the words "apologise", "behaviour" and "Hillsborough" in an order that made both grammatical and PR sense. But with the FA levying a ten-match ban, there have been murmurs from the club that Suarez feels he has been victimised by English football. This feeling, coupled with Liverpool's failure to reach the Champions League, could mean that the Uruguayan looks for a new challenge this summer.
He would not be short of suitors. Barcelona (5.00 to sign Suarez this summer) look like they could use some fresh spark, particularly with Alexis Sanchez and David Villa only impressing in patches. Imagine the jinky play of Suarez alongside Messi; it would be a penalty party every week.
Bayern Munich (7.00) are another club thought to be interested, with Pep Guardiola apparently an admirer of Suarez. The Bavarians could certainly tempt the striker, but do they need him? Theirs is a big squad even before the arrival of Mario Goetze (and possibly Robert Lewandowski). PSG (8.00) are another side with plenty of cash to splash, if they decide to go for a dreamy Suarez/Zlatan strike partnership.
Other options look less likely. Juventus (15.00) may not be able to stump up the funds for Suarez, while Milan (30.00) and Monaco (40.00) do not tempt as they once did. The prospect of Suarez going to Russia to play for Anzhi (20.00) or Zenit (80.00) is similarly unlikely.
Maybe, though, Suarez will stick around in the Premier League. Liverpool (1.33) may be favourites to retain him, but plenty of clubs are in the market for a good striker: you can back him to go to Man City at 8.50, Chelsea at 50.00, Arsenal at 80.00, or even Man United at 100.00.
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