Man, this Luis Suárez transfer saga just got nasty. Yesterday, The Guardian published a story about the Liverpool superstar's fight to leave the club. In it, Suárez publicly calls out Liverpool's owners for being a bunch of lying liars who are reneging on their contract. But the article fails to shed much light on the dispute itself. It seems that still, no one—maybe not Suárez himself—knows what his contract even says.
Some context: Liverpool striker Luis Suárez is one of the top three players in the Premier League, and the only consistent match-winner on his squad. But last season, after the English media rode the striker for being a racist, a biter, and just an all-around laughably bad role model, Suárez said he wanted out of the country. That sucked for Liverpool, because they have no one else capable of carrying the team on a weekly basis like the Uruguayan. Even with Suárez playing out of his mind last year and outperforming £100 million man Gareth Bale, who swept the postseason awards, Liverpool finished seventh, 12 points off of a Champions League spot and 28 points behind league champions Manchester United.