The forward continues to break down the relationship with the Reds.
Want-away Liverpool striker Luis Suarez has added further fuel to the fire, with the Arsenal transfer target refusing to apologise to the Merseyside club for poor behaviour, reports Sky Sports.
The Reds manager Brendan Rodgers revealed that the Northern Irishman should say sorry to the club, the fans and the forward’s team mates for the way the 26-year-old has acted during this transfer window.
However, Suarez is continuing to stretch relations between the player and the club as the Uruguayan tries to force a move away from Anfield.
The forward is currently training alone after being left behind from the team’s match against Celtic in Dublin on Saturday, with Rodgers believing the South American needed to time to sort himself out.
Yet the strict approach doesn’t appear to be working with Suarez and Liverpool could find the whole saga getting a whole lot messier as deadline day approaches.
Many have come out to claim the Uruguay international is being completely disrespectful for the way the striker is acting and showing the club a lack of loyalty.
Despite being prolific in front of goal since a £23m transfer from Ajax in January 2011, Suarez has had a controversial tenure in England and has received two separate, lengthy bans for racially abusing Manchester United’s Patrice Evra and then biting Branislav Ivanovic of Chelsea.
During that time the Anfield faithful supported their star and many believe the attacker’s actions now throw that stance back in the fans’ faces.