Hamann believes the forward has incurred too much disrespect to stay.
Arsenal target Luis Suarez has reportedly made a u-turn and decided to stay at Liverpool, but club legend Dietmar Hamann thinks the Reds should sell the star anyway.
Suarez has been aiming for a move all summer and has publicly spoken of wanting to leave, with manager Brendan Rodgers being forced to make the striker train alone as a result.
Whilst fans at Anfield have welcomed this new decision from their top-scorer, Hamann thinks the 26-year-old has been too disrespectful to stay now.
“He has disrespected the football club, and the history and the heritage of the club,” the former German international told talkSPORT.
“I think the club will be better without him and I don’t think the team will be worse off without him. In football you need a team. One player doesn’t make a team, one player doesn’t make a football club.”
These are strong words from Hamann but something that could ring true with both the supporters and Rodgers, with it being difficult to accept Suarez now the forward has made it clear he wanted to leave.
Last season the Uruguayan was in startling form and netted 23 Premier League goals, but as has been the case ever since the attacker arrived in England in January 2011, it was not without controversy.
Suarez was served a 10-match ban for biting opponent Branislav Ivanovic in a league tie against Chelsea, of which the South American still has six games left to serve.
Many argue that the baggage that comes with Suarez undermines the Uruguay international’s talent and that the striker serves as a poisonous influence on Merseyside.