Luis Suarez: Inter Milan and Real Madrid eye Liverpool star

Inter and Real eye Liverpool star Suarez move in wake of race-row controversy

Inter Milan and Real Madrid are ready to move for Liverpool's Luis Suarez to offer him an exit from English football following his eight-game ban for racially abusing Patrice Evra.

The Italian and Spanish giants are hoping to cash-in on the current controversy surrounding the Uruguay international and prise him away from Anfield in the summer.

Liverpool’s form has dipped in Suarez's absence and Reds boss Kenny Dalglish would resist any move to tempt him away from Merseyside.

Wanted man: Inter and Real are planning a raid for Suarez

Wanted man: Inter and Real are planning a raid for Suarez

However, Liverpool owners are conscious of the negative publicity which has surrounded the club since events unfolded during the clash with Manchester United in October.

John W Henry is said to be anxious to put the controversy behind them, but is worried Suarez may now have become 'damaged goods' and could affect future commercial deals, according to the People.

Representatives have been sounding out several clubs, including Inter and Jose Mourinho's Real about Suarez, 25.

Liverpool slumped to a demoralising 3-1 defeat to Bolton n Saturday evening, a performance will provoked Dalglish to question some of the players' commitment to the club.

Crushed: Liverpool were well beaten by Bolton on Saturday evening

Crushed: Liverpool were well beaten by Bolton on Saturday evening

An early goal from Mark Davies set the tone for a dismal showing from Dalglish's men, whose Champions League hopes are fading fast after a run of one point out of nine during Suarez's absence.

'The result was disappointing but the most disappointing thing for me is I don't think we were ready to play the game,' said Dalglish

'There are people who didn't think this game was as important as the one after that.'