The forward has finally accepted the South American was in the wrong.
Arsenal and Real Madrid target Luis Suarez has finally apologised to team mates and is back training with the squad after a summer of trying to engineer a move away, reports the Telegraph.
The ‘will he, won’t he’ saga of the Uruguay international has been frustrating Gunners and Reds fans alike for much of the transfer window and Suarez had been made to train alone by manager Brendan Rodgers.
However, since swallowing the forward’s pride and saying sorry to the team, the South American has been allowed by Rodgers to resume the normal day-to-day routine with the other players.
The striker of course won’t be eligible to play when the Premier League season starts at Anfield tomorrow against Stoke City, as Suarez still has six matches remaining on the 26-year-old’s 10 game ban for biting Chelsea’s Branislav Ivanovic towards the end of last term.
The attacker is still keen on a move away from Merseyside, after the club failed to achieve Champions League football once again, but this new attitude shows that Uruguayan may accept staying if that’s what Liverpool decides.
This will come as a blow to Arsenal, who have now rested all their hopes of a big summer signing on Suarez, having already missed out on Gonzalo Higuain, Bernard and Luiz Gustavo.
Fans at the Emirates Stadium are growing increasingly impatient with boss Arsene Wenger and the Frenchman’s lack of transfer activity.
The north London club have already had two bids for Suarez turned down and relations between the two English sides are at a low point as a result.