Striker determined to leave Anfield after comments.
Liverpool striker Luis Suarez has become even more determined to leave the club after reportedly being angered by comments made by manager Brendan Rodgers according to The Daily Star.
The striker has been strongly linked with a move away from the club all summer after publically declaring his desire to leave Anfield on a number of occasions.
It had been thought that the player’s most likely destination would be Real Madrid, as the player suggested he wanted to leave to escape the English press, but it now appears that Arsenal are favourites to land his signature with Suarez claiming he is now motivated by a desire to play Champions League football.
Rodgers is keen to hang on to Suarez as he looks to build a team around the Uruguayan striker. The Liverpool manager suggested that Suarez owed the club a debt of loyalty after they stuck by him throughout his various disciplinary problems over the last two seasons.
Liverpool have stuck by Suarez despite the player being accused of racism against Patrice Evra and biting into the shoulder of Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic.
But that has redoubled the striker’s determination to leave the club, as he now feels his efforts so far at Anfield have gone unappreciated.