Suarez believes Liverpool should let him join Arsenal, after Gunners bid more than £40m.
Liverpool and Luis Suarez are still at loggerheads over Arsenal’s £40,000,001 bid for the Uruguayan, according to The Daily Mirror.
Gunners expert John Cross believes player and club remain in disagreement over a clause in Suarez’s contract.
The 26-year-old forward believes the Gunners’ bid is enough to allow him to leave Anfield for the Emirates Stadium and his agent Pere Guardiola has reportedly told Reds’ chiefs the player wants to quit the club this summer.
The Uruguayan has reportedly claimed that Liverpool agreed to allow him to leave for a Champions League club and Suarez has not abandoned the possibility of legal action against the club – a route he took to leave Groningen for Ajax in 2007.
Suarez’s camp claim Liverpool verbally agreed to negotiate if an offer of more than £35m was made by a big London club, Real Madrid or Bayern Munich – although the Reds said they would never sell to bitter rivals Manchester United.
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers, meanwhile, has publicly insisted the club are only obliged to inform Suarez of a bid above £40m, and the Northern Irishman is hopeful the 23-goal striker will remain on Merseyside.