Gunners boss still keen on Uruguayan goal ace.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger could be set to make another move for striker Luis Suarez as he prepares to see how adamant they are on keeping hold of him this summer, The Sun reports.
The striker faces an uncertain future in Catalonia following his failure to hit the ground running this season, and with Wenger being armed with the money to spring for a new striker he may look to make another bid for his services.
Wenger already made an approach for the Uruguay international during the summer of 2013, submitting a £40,000,001 bid to activate a clause in his deal that allowed Suarez to be informed of an incoming bid.
However, Suarez stayed at Anfield for another year before making the move to Spain last summer, though his position at Barca now looks uncertain.
Andoni Zubizareta, the man who brought Suarez to the club, was sacked as their sporting director last month, and with a new presidential campaign on the horizon his place at the Nou Camp is no longer guaranteed.
It would take a giant offer to convince them to actually part with the former Liverpool man, but that won’t scare a determined Wenger.