The highly-rated Uruguayan forward is heading to Anfield in a big-money summer transfer and has actually been likened to two renowned fellow citizens.
Liverpool have a ₤ 64 million ($ 79m) deal in place for Benfica striker Darwin Nunez, with the Reds informed by the Uruguayan's former coach they are getting a Luis Suarez-Edinson Cavani hybrid in the 22-year-old.
The Reds have fended off rival interest in the South American from arch-rivals Manchester United as questions continue to be asked of the length of time Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah will be around at Anfield as they get in the final 12 months of their agreements.
Now the man who handed a hot prospect his senior debut at Penarol is suggesting another Uruguayan experience can replicate the efforts of remarkable countrymen.
What are Liverpool getting in Nunez?
Leonardo Ramos, who handed Nunez his bow at 18 years of age, told La Pagina of a frontman following in Suarez's footsteps in linking up with Liverpool: "He has a comparable style to Cavani, however it appears to me that Darwin is quicker and more powerful.
" He is much more explosive and apart from that explosiveness he obviously revealed extraordinary goal scoring capability. He has two parts, he is compromise in between Suarez and Cavani.
" He has the power that Suarez had to go for everything, to go to the clash and battle with the rival. He also has the part of Cavani, of being a far more athletic player, more physical, more smart.
" I think he is a mix of those two things."
What is Liverpool's deal for Nunez worth?
The deal Liverpool have put in place for Nunez could be worth as much as ₤ 85 million ($104m), with different add-ons consisted of.
They are investing in his potential on a long-term basis, with it expected that a six-year contract will be signed on Merseyside.
Suarez made his own move to Liverpool in January 2011 and went on to register 82 goals for the Reds in 133 appearances.
He carried Liverpool agonisingly near the Premier League title in 2013-14-- his final season at the club before heading off to Barcelona-- with the prestigious PFA Player of the Year award likewise secured.