Liverpool's manager Brendan Rodgers has decided Luis Suárez will operate out wide when he returns from a 10-match ban with Daniel Sturridge immovable as Liverpool's front-line striker. Suárez has two matches left to serve of his suspension for biting the Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic and will make his return in the Capital One Cup clash at Manchester United on 25 September. But he is expected to feature on the flanks for Liverpool with Philippe Coutinho moving into the centre behind the lone striker as Rodgers leaves Sturridge to continue his devastating early-season form for Liverpool. The England international has scored five goals in four Liverpool victories so far this season the latest coming in Sunday's 1-0 defeat of Manchester United. Combined with Suárez's protracted efforts to move from Anfield this summer the Liverpool manager believes the Uruguay international must force his way back as the focal point of the team's attack and that Sturridge is established in his position. The new loan signing from Chelsea Victor Moses is expected to operate on the opposite wing to Suárez once the striker returns from his suspension.
Brendan Rodgers plans to give Luis Suárez a wide berth at Liverpool
The Guardian | Sep 4