Liverpool’s want to get away striker has no plans to apologise to the club according to sources at Sky Sports.
So far after him voicing his opinion that he would like to leave Liverpool to play for a club that are in the Champions League so far Arsenal are the only club that have bid and had two bids rejected by the Reds with the last bid being just over £40 million.
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has accused the Uruguayan striker of “total disrespect” saying that the only way he would be welcomed back into the team would be if he apologised to the club, and its fans that previously had supported him through his other trial and tribulations.
Suarez however feels that he is the wronged party here, and thinks that there is nothing to apologise for.
“Initially there will be a recognition that (there needs to be) an apology to his team-mates and the club,” Rodgers had said on Saturday.
“I have seen him over a period of time. I know it is not the Luis Suarez we know and I have to protect the fans and the players because they deserve more than that.”
“He has spent some days working on his own. The group has been separate to that and working very hard.
“When he is back from his international trip [Suarez will travel with Uruguay to Japan in midweek] we will assess it from there.
“I spoke to John [Henry] when we were in Norway during the week and we are all on the same page really. We are adamant that he will not be going to Arsenal – that is for sure. We want to keep him.
“Luis missed a few games at the end of last season and we continued to score and win without him. That is not to say that we don’t want him here. He is a world class striker and when he is committed to the cause of playing for Liverpool then we will welcome him back with open arms.”
Sky Bet’s Chris Spicer said: “It’s one of the most surprising shifts we’ve had this summer as we’ve been sure Suarez would force a move ever since he hinted at wanting a move back in May, with the odds on him staying being as long as 3/1.”
Former Liverpool player and now football pundit Jamie Carragher fears that Suarez is nearing the point of no return saying as you can see in the video below.