Toure played for both teams and thinks the striker should stay.
New Liverpool defensive signing Kolo Toure believes want-away forward Luis Suarez has more chance of success at Anfield than if the Uruguayan moved to Arsenal.
Toure played for the Gunners for seven years and was a member of the ‘Invincibles’ squad from the 2003/04 season, going onto win three major trophies with the club.
Yet despite the 32-year-old having so much success in north London, the Reds’ new man believes Suarez would regret making the switch to the Emirates Stadium.
“If he stays here, he can have more chances to win trophies,” the centre-back was quoted on Sky Sports.
“It’s an honour to play for Liverpool. I have only been here for two weeks but I’ve seen a lot of good things.
“This is a winning club and I want to be part of history here.”
This is a damning response from the former Arsenal stalwart but it is true that manager Arsene Wenger has failed to bring a major piece of silverware to the club since 2005.
Although the Merseyside outfit have hardly been stuffing their own trophy cabinet in that time, Liverpool have won the FA Cup and the League Cup since the Gunners last lifted a trophy.
Despite the words of advice from Toure it seems as if the Uruguay international has his heart set on leaving the club though and Real Madrid are also reportedly interested.
With Champions League football and a new world-class manager in Carlo Ancelotti it is easy to see why the 26-year-old would be tempted by a switch to the Santiago Bernabeu.
Current boss Brendan Rodgers also knows that having a sulky Suarez at the club is no good to anybody and may as well cut his losses and cash-in whilst the forward’s price is high.