The union representative believes it is too late in the transfer window for the Uruguay striker to leave Liverpool, while also suggesting that buy-out clauses will be reviewed
Suarez has made no secret of his desire to leave Anfield, claiming that Liverpool have reneged on an agreement to sell the Uruguayan if a Champions League club came in with an offer in excess of £40million.
However, Professional Footballers' Association chief executive Taylor believes it will be "practically impossible" for the 26-year-old to force a move to a new club in the final month of the window.
"With the transfer window expiring, the difficulties of not only selling him to a competitor but also replacing him makes it practically impossible," Taylor told BBC Sport.
The Suarez saga has been complicated by a reported buy-out clause of £40million.
Taylor has raised concern of the existence of buy-out clauses in contracts and admitted he plans to voice his views about them to the Premier League.
He added: "I think it really muddies the waters to have buy-out clauses that are supposed to be confidential between employer and employee.
"Inevitably that gets out. The drafting of such clauses are far from straightforward. These are issues we are going to have to raise with the Premier League at our regular discussions."
Suarez will not be available for the start of the new Premier League season due to the fact his 10-game ban for biting Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic in April is still in effect for the opening six games.
The Uruguay forward has scored 51 goals in 96 appearances for Liverpool since joining from Ajax in 2011.