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Angry Suarez ‘Determined’ To Seal Arsenal Move Claiming Liverpool Agreed To Sell

Luis Suarez is determined to push through a move to Arsenal after being told by Liverpool they would sell him to any Champions League club except Man United.

With the summer transfer window now open, there is plenty of gossip doing the rounds in the newspapers so we’ll keep you up-to-date with the latest transfer rumours. Today, more on Luis Suarez’s proposed move to Arsenal.

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Luis Suarez is determined to push through a move to Arsenal after allegedly being told by Liverpool they would sell him to any Champions League club except Manchester United, according to the Mirror.

The report claims that Suarez and his advisers met with Brendan Rodgers and managing director Ian Ayre in June where they made it clear the striker wanted to leave Anfield to play in the Champions League.

It’s alleged that the Reds verbally agreed to sell if any big club in the Champions League, including Arsenal, Chelsea, Real Madrid and Bayern Munich, came in with a bid over £35m but they made it clear they wouldn’t sell to arch rivals Manchester United.

The Mirror suggest that Suarez has now been left angry, frustrated and feels let down after Liverpool rejected Arsenal’s £40,000,001 bid and contrary to some reports earlier this week, the Uruguayan is NOT really to take it laying down and is determined to push through a move to the Emirates. The threat of legal action has not ruled out as he and his advisers are adamant the striker should be allowed to move to north London.

Liverpool insist Suarez is not for sale but if the player is adamant promises have been broken, the transfer saga is likely to get messy and the 26-year-old is no stranger to forcing his way out of a club. After taking his case to a Dutch tribunal when he moved from Groningen to Ajax in 2007, he then went on strike to force a move to Liverpool, so you wouldn’t rule out him doing something similar again this time around.

Although verbal agreements are practically meaningless, it’s has been shown in the past there’s little point in keeping hold of an unhappy player so Liverpool will no doubt be praying that Real Madrid or another foreign club come in so they don’t have to sell to a domestic rival. This transfer saga is likely to drag on through August and you wouldn’t be surprised if it went right to the final few days of the transfer window.

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How do you think the Suarez saga will play out? Will he move to Arsenal or be forced to stay at Liverpool? Share your views below.



  1. Dale

    August 2, 2013 at 9:20 am

    All of this is so comical, Arsenal fans crying at the lack any meaningful transfer activity at their club. As an LFC fan, I’d be disappointed but perfectly happy for LS to go on strike. I’m 100% certain that FSG would do what Man City did to Tevez. It would actually make the club money as he would be fined his salary for not playing. If he’s prepared to do that, it would also beg the question would you really want a player like that at your club?

    • Shellykeen

      August 2, 2013 at 9:39 am

      Well…to some extent u might be right cos liverpool have the final say on him but i tell u there’s no benefit of keeping 11 unhappy world class player on the pitch,u rather have happy player player of thesame number who are happy to play for the club
      And which means unhappy suarez playing by force fro liverpool will definitely yield failure,even if u decide to punish him by putting due to his plan to go on strike if he did will only hamper the spirit in the dressing room which will definitely also lead to failure by not achiving the so call aim for top four

      • Dale

        August 2, 2013 at 9:54 am

        Dream on it ain’t gonna happen. If he isn’t even prepared to put in a transfer request he’s hardly going to go on strike.

      • James

        August 2, 2013 at 9:58 am

        I too hope he goes on strike, unhappy or not. He’s banned for the first 6 games anyway so He’ll get no wages or football, it would be absolutely moronic for him to do it as by the time his ban has ended he’ll have probably come round to the fact that he’s going nowhere and had best put a shift in for the remainder of the season to show why he should get a dream move abroad. Win win for Liverpool if it were to play out like that.

  2. Agbu habila

    August 2, 2013 at 9:24 am

    We are tyre of this tranfer rumur,wenger have to give chance for any coach to come in.

  3. Shellykeen

    August 2, 2013 at 9:28 am

    All this talk is enough,if arsene wanna sign let him pay d asking price and if liverpool are so reluctant to sell,then it’s wenger fault bcos of his sluggishness since during d window but i think we can still move..
    Still in wenger i trust

  4. john

    August 2, 2013 at 9:38 am

    i now this a rant but i think we should just get rid he has caused nothing but problems for the club if he doesn’t understand loyalty when someone gives him it he is not a player we want if suarez thinks he is bigger than the club its time to let him go i dont understand players with no loyalty he is selfish and docent understand what the club stands for

  5. vincent ouma

    August 2, 2013 at 9:38 am

    Wenger should do things first to get suarez

  6. andy

    August 2, 2013 at 9:42 am

    John Cross. I wonder who he is a long time loud mouthed supporter of? Oh yeah, Arsenil. BS story by a desperate fan using his priveliged position to help his club. Liverpool should consider suing him, seriously.

  7. mal hindley

    August 2, 2013 at 9:46 am

    so suarez and his agent met brendan rodgers and ian ayre in june, is this the june when suarez was in south america playing for uruguay, and liverpool were in the far east on a club pre season tour. they must be able to shout really loud then, sort of blows this bs story out of the water doesnt it, as they were few thousnd miles apart how could they all have met.

  8. Adebayo

    August 2, 2013 at 9:48 am

    Wenger should try to go for gustavo or felaini and another goalkepper, julio cesar and a central defender with all dis i think our team is complete,so if suarez come is bonus nd if he dnt we are okay bcos giroud,walcot nd podolsky can give us d double of wot suarez can giv us. Arsenal 4 life

  9. Phildangerous

    August 2, 2013 at 9:53 am

    As an Arsenal fan I would love to see him at the Emirates as I think he will be a great success, he is just what we need to spark interest from other players to join, as it seems nobody wants to play for Arsenal at the moment. But at the same time I feel for Liverpool as they are in the same position as us trying to keep there best players also trying to buy top class players at sensible prices, as we know in the past few seasons this is not an easy thing to do, this is the dog eat dog world of football today.

  10. LOL

    August 2, 2013 at 10:12 am

    Of course Wenger isn’t in a rush to sign him. He has 6 games suspension still to go.

  11. Charlsing

    August 2, 2013 at 10:59 am

    Am an arsenal fan but i won’t blame liverpool for struggling to keep suarez because arsenal were stupid to sell rvp to there arch rival man united. Its even because of arsenals inability to keep theirs made liverpool to say they might sell but not to united. My wish is that wenger should strengthen other areas first which could then lure suarez in cuz i would welcome him with open hands too.

    • Arseniel

      August 2, 2013 at 12:19 pm

      RVP totally different situation. He only had a year left and only wanted to go to manure. If we didn’t sell, they’d have got him for free this season!

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  13. Gooner of the day

    August 2, 2013 at 11:50 am

    Suarez won’t be coming he never was and never will be. This proposed transfer is all a ploy by that well known bottom of the bill double act Gaz & Weng letting fans know (round about buy a ticket time) that they had plenty of dough to spend knowing damn well that Liverpool would never accept the 2 bids offered by this miserly duo. There won’t be any more!

    And as for Higuain rumours are that they never made a bid for the lad who really did want to join us So the sooner the curtain closes with a hiss! a boo! off! off! for this double non action duo the better it’ll be for our beloved Arsenal……..

    • anthony

      August 2, 2013 at 3:07 pm


  14. Ohenaah

    August 2, 2013 at 11:56 am

    D fact is that suarez is unhappy in Anfield and wants to move so,LFC should better sell him and reinvest the money on the pitch rather than argue for his clause terms,keeping unhappy players is detrimental.

  15. Oladoke

    August 2, 2013 at 12:07 pm

    If Suarez insist on leaving Anfield let him go, there is no sense in kepping a player that is not happy with the club.

  16. ok

    August 2, 2013 at 1:23 pm

    More sad Gooner Rubbish… hes a liverpool player and wont be going to you lot!

  17. Owolabi

    August 2, 2013 at 3:51 pm

    personaly, i don’t no why liverpool want to keep an unhappy player in the club, for two(2) good session, he has total match ban of 18 games yet we want to keep him. if liverpool can get 2 players to replace him. to hell with suarez


    August 2, 2013 at 10:36 pm

    it seems that is LS nature b’se if he want leave his club he sh’d first go strike to push 4 move anew club, when left ajax 4 LP he did de samething dey let move arsenal i welcame him

  19. Prince Onipe

    August 3, 2013 at 7:59 am

    Let me tell Wenger Gazidi that if all these noise about Suarez come to pass without him to Emirate, the duo should prepare to face the wrath of the fan. We are tired of Wenger’s multiple lies to the fans whenever transfer window is around, see Spurs of all teams, they have bought what they want, but Wenger continue to decieve himself thinking he is decieving we the fans. The board members are benefitting from the profit made every year to the detriment of fans, so there are not concerned if we win or not.

    • Gooner of the day

      August 7, 2013 at 7:42 am

      Prince you’ve become a king I agree with every word you said.

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