Luis Suarez's Liverpool future could be decided in Melbourne, Australia, next week.
The Sun says Suarez is due to fly in from Montevideo tomorrow and link up with the Reds when they arrive from Jakarta — where they play an Indonesian XI this afternoon.
It will be the first chance boss Brendan Rodgers and managing director Ian Ayre have had for first-hand conversations with the South American since it was revealed he wanted to leave. Rodgers has had phone and text discussions with Suarez, who wants to join a club in the Champions League.
The Kop manager is still confident Suarez will stay, although it also hands the Uruguay striker his first chance to reveal face-to-face that he wants to go.
A clause in his terms means Liverpool must inform him of any bids hitting £40million.
So far Arsenal are the only serious bidders with their £35m offer swiftly knocked back.