(Image via Twitter)Luis Suarez's performances at Liverpool this season have made him arguably the most sought-after striker in Europe, with Arsenal's £40 million bid over the summer now appearing to be way below the odds for a game-changing player.
And despite the Reds being title contenders for the first time in five years, there appears to be a very real chance that he could leave. Or perhaps ED should say a a very Real chance, since it is the Madrid giants who seem most likely to try and force a January move for the Uruguayan.
So Liverpool fans are understandably terrified of losing a player who is their only realistic chance of Premier League glory, with talk of a new deal surfacing continually - more to feed those fans' hopes than out of any genuine belief that Suarez needs to sign a new contract just 16 months after inking a long-term deal.
One fan decided not to sit around waiting for bad news, however: he decided to take action, and saw his opportunity while attending the Football Supporters' Federation awards night at which the 26-year-old was one of the star guests.
The fan grabbed a nearby napkin, wrote out the basic words of a contract - "I hereby commit my future for the next five years to Liverpool football club" - at the top, then folded the words back out of sight.
He then collared Suarez on the way to the gents, and got the unsuspecting player to pen the new five-year deal. Problem solved! And any court that fails to uphold this contract are just a bunch of spoilsports.