Complex says: Suarez was busy making his name at Ajax last season, scoring 49 goals in 48 appearances and kick-started his World Cup in the same way, bagging three goals—the best of the bunch the curling winner against South Korea in the last 16. However, he will be forever remembered as the man who handled the ball on the line in the closing seconds of the quarter-final with Ghana. The World Cup's number-one villain.
Team that should buy him: Suarez will struggle next season as opposing fans choose to mark him out as football's bad guy after his handball. Players from the Dutch league often make a move to England, where they can either fly like Ruud van Nistelrooy or dive like Mateja Kezman.