Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard believes Luis Suarez owes it to the Merseyside club to stay for at least another year
Luis Suarez has suggested he may be willing to end his dispute with Liverpool and remain with the club
Luis Suarez will have to apologise to his teammates and the club before he can be reintegrated into the squad, says Brendan Rodgers.
Not since April the 21st have Liverpool fans been able to see Luis Suarez playing in a red shirt.
Tonight he could make his return to the team after serving his ten match ban for biting an opponent.
Liverpool play Manchester United at Old Trafford in the Captial One Cup.
Liverpool owner John Henry's ruled out any prospect of selling Luis Suarez this summer. The American says it would be "ludicrous" for Liverpool to allow the striker to join a rival Premier League club, claiming it's too late in the transfer window.
Luis Suarez will be made to train on his own after his manager accused him of disrespecting Liverpool Football Club. Brendan Rodgers refutes the striker's claims that he was promised he could leave Anfield. Suarez wants to join Arsenal, but Rodgers insists he's going nowhere.
Liverpool striker Luis Suarez has accused the club of reneging on an agreement in his contract which stated he could leave Anfield this summer if they had not qualified for the Champions League.
The Uruguay international has also said he will submit a written transfer request by the end of the week if the Merseyside outfit continue to block a potential move to Arsenal.
Suarez, in interviews given to the Daily Telegraph and The Guardian, said he believes a clause written into the contract he signed last summer entitles him to a move.
"Last year I had the opportunity to move to a big European club and I stayed on the understanding that if we failed to qualify for the Champions League the following season I'd be allowed to go," the 26-year-old said.
Liverpool have rejected two bids from Arsenal - of £30million and £40,000,001 - which triggered a release clause - for Suarez this summer.