Anderlecht director: Juventus are ready to meet our asking price for Matias Suarez

The Belgian powerhouse have revealed that there is plenty of interest in their star attacker, and confirmed that the Bianconeri are ready to meet their demands
Anderlecht director Herman van Holsbeeck has revealed that Juventus are one from a total of 15 clubs that are ready to meet the Belgian side's asking price for star attacker Matias Suarez.

The Argentine forward was heavily linked with Arsenal in the January transfer window, but a transfer never materialised.

However, it seems unlikely that the 23-year-old attacker will stay with Anderlecht beyond the 2011-12 campaign.

"There are 15 clubs that are ready to meet our asking price for Suarez, and Juventus are one of those teams," Van Holsbeeck was quoted as saying by Het Nieuwsblad.

"We already received an offer from Russia, but his wife doesn't want to move there.

"Is Suarez worth more than [Romelu] Lukaku? He has more technical ability, but Lukaku's age and maturity played a big role in his price."

Anderlecht received an initial fee of €12 million for Lukaku, potentially rising to €20m.

The Brussels club have supposedly set a €15m asking price for Suarez.