Arsenal had been courting Suarez all summer but Liverpool refused to sell the striker to one of their biggest rivals, meaning the Uruguayan will have to stay at Anfield for the time being.
Luis Suarez has accepted that he won’t be able to leave Liverpool this summer, but the clubs treatment of him means he will be even more determined to leave Anfield next summer, Goal.com reports.
Liverpool’s owners, Fenway Sports Group, are confident that they have won the battle to keep Suarez at the club, despite some reported late interest in the Uruguayan from Real Madrid.
However, Suarez will force a move away from the club next summer because he feels the Liverpool hierarchy have treated him badly over the last couple of months.
“Luis will stay for another year,” a close friend told Goal. “He is very annoyed; very disappointed with this. It makes the decision to leave next year even easier.”
Suarez is angry that the club failed to keep their word when Arsenal made a £40 million offer for him.
The striker expected the £40 million bid to be accepted, as he was under the illusion that Liverpool had agreed with him that he would be able to leave if a club in the Champions League made an offer of £40 million for him.
Suarez feels that Liverpool didn’t keep to the agreement and although he is willing to stay at Anfield for this season, he will make sure he exits the club next summer.