Suarez could leave Anfield for an astonishing ?40million, according to the Daily Express.
The controversial striker recently signed a new long term deal at Liverpool and appears to be happy at the Merseyside club, although with Liverpool's current transitional period, this is preventing the Uruguayan battling against the best in the Champions League, something which Chelsea look like they are capable to offer.
Rodgers said: ?He is a good man and a wonderful player and if you work him him, you see why managers will love him and why supporters idolize him. He gives it his all.?
Liverpool are arguably becoming a one man team this season, heavily reliant on Luis Suarez's goals. With 10 in just the Premier League, Liverpool can thank him for their 8 game unbeaten streak in the Premier League.
Rodger's has promised reinforcements in January to minimize the goal scoring burden of Suarez, and the Ulsterman is desperate to hold on to the striker, calling him a ?dream to work with.?