Real Madrid boss Carlo Ancelloti reacted calmly when the link involving Liverpool striker Luis Suarez was brought up.
The Reds hitman is heavily rumoured to be wanted by the Bernabeu hierarchy following a PFA Player of the Year-winning term with the Merseysiders, helping them get back to the Champions League by contributing 31 goals and 24 assists in all competitions.
"Suarez is a fantastic player but it would be a lack of respect to talk about signings at this stage," Ancelloti told Sky Sports.
However, the Los Blancos mentor implied that it will only take the best to improve his core attacking options, which is composed of Cristiano Ronaldo, Gareth Bale, and Karim Benzema
"It is difficult to improve what we have in attack," he added.
The Uruguay hitman has a market value of £46million, but it will take more than the aforementioned price to convince Liverpool to sell their star man.
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