By Harvey Byrne

Luis Suarez will “apparently” be attending Liverpool’s fixture against Manchester United on Monday evening, according to a report.

Independent Reds website The Anfield Wrap posted on their Twitter account that the striker could be making a return to Merseyside for the huge clash.

Suarez left Liverpool two years a go for Barcelona, but the Uruguay international built up a connection with the fans despite his controversies and has yet to shy away from a big occasion.

Suarez, 29, joined Kenny Dalglish’s Liverpool team in 2011 in a £22million deal from Ajax.

He initially played upfront with Andy Carroll, and the attacker built up a reputation for missing chances after scoring just four goals in 13 Premier League appearances.

However, the striker soon showed his class and in his next three seasons he totalled an impressive 78 goals.

He was the star of the Liverpool side which finished second in the 2013-14 season as he finished as the club’s top scorer with 31 goals before tempting the La Liga giants into spending £64.98 million on him.

The Reds are now set for a highly anticipated clash against their fiercest rivals United, which will see fourth place take on seventh at Anfield.

In other Liverpool news, fans reacted on Twitter to unexpected Jurgen Klopp appearance.