Liverpool's Luis Suarez (R) celebrates scoring against Tottenham Hotspur during their English Premier League soccer match at Anfield in Liverpool, northern England March 30, 2014. (REUTERS/Phil Noble)
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Player sold: Gareth Bale ($145.5 million, Real Madrid)What this would mean for Liverpool: With Suarez gone and a small squad, the Reds could look to add players all across the pitch.Player sold: Cristiano Ronaldo ($137 million, Real Madrid)Costa scored 27 league goals – he bagged 10 the season before – as Atletico won La Liga and reached the Champions League final.Players bought: Gonzalo Higuain ($50.5 million, Real Madrid), Dries Mertens ($13 million, PSV Eindhoven), Jose Callejon ($13 million, Real Madrid), Raul Albiol ($16 million, Valencia)There can be a debate whether Cavani or Higuain is the better striker – but Higuain cost less and is a year younger, so it immediately represents decent business on that front.The Reds will have to find a striker who can play up front, out wide and even as a No. 10 – all at once.Player sold: Mario Gotze ($50.5 million, Bayern Munich)Player sold: Asier Illarramendi ($58 million, Real Madrid)
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