The enigmatic striker has returned from his ban in outrageously good form…
Liverpool’s controversial forward Luis Suarez could move to Arsenal as soon as January, reports the Mirror.
The Gunners made repeated attempts to sign the talented striker over the summer, but were rebuffed by the Reds, insisting that they would keep hold of the striker despite his constant controversial statements.
Arsenal are ready to test Liverpool’s resolve with a £50m bid, but again, the Reds are likely to stubbornly refuse.
Arsene Wenger rates the 26-year-old extremely highly, and despite Olivier Giroud’s excellent start to the campaign; if Suarez were to again iterate his desire to leave, the Gunners could be one of the clubs vying for his signature.
According to reports, Suarez will again demand a transfer out of Anfield.
Since his return from his ten game ban, Suarez has been outstanding for Liverpool. Not only did he bag a brace against Sunderland on his Premier League game back, but he also scored against Crystal Palace; helping his side to joint top of the table.