Gerrard takes a swipe at the Gunners.
Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard has taunted Arsenal by claiming the North London club were not good enough to ever have a hope of signing Luis Suarez.
Last summer the Gunners appeared to be on the verge of signing the Uruguay international after the forward made it clear he wanted to leave Anfield.
As it was the deal was never completed, with Gerrard being a key component in convincing the 27-year-old to stay on Merseyside for one more year.
“Last summer, when he was out in the cold and training on his own, that’s the conversation I had with him. I said, ‘Don’t go to Arsenal,’” the former England skipper was quoted by the Times.
“With all due respect to them, I said to him that he was too good for Arsenal.”
Suarez has sinced joined Barcelona in a club record £75m deal after winning the PFA Player of the Year in 2014 for his performances with the Reds.
The South American scored an impressive 31 Premier League goals in just 33 matches in 2013/14 and finished as top-scorer in the English top tier.
However, Suarez is currently serving a four-month ban for biting Italy defender Giorgio Chiellini during the 2014 World Cup.
This did not deter Barca though, who granted the Uruguayan his dream move by signing him at the Nou Camp.
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