The striker is refusing to give up on a move to Arsenal despite Liverpool’s instance that he will not be sold to a Premier League rival.
Luis Suarez’s agent, Pere Guardiola, has claimed that Liverpool agreed to sell the striker to a club in the Champions League if they paid £35 million for him, the Daily Mirror reports.
The striker is reportedly frustrated that he is being made to stay at Anfield despite the club promising him last season that they would sell him if they failed to qualify for the Champions League.
Suarez is now determined to force his way out of Anfield and move to Arsenal, whilst also hoping that Real Madrid may make a last minute move for him.
Although Suarez is Arsenal’s main target this summer, they are prepared to wait for him and the saga could continue right until the final days of the transfer window.
Suarez is no stranger to forcing his way out of a club, having gone to a Dutch tribunal to make his move from Groningen to Ajax happen.
The striker thought that he would be able to leave if the Gunners activated a release clause in his contract set at £40 million.
The Gunners did that but Liverpool didn’t accept, saying that they only had to inform the striker of the offer and not accept it.
Suarez hasn’t ruled out taking legal action in a bid to force his way out of Anfield.