Uruguayan sorry for disruptive transfer saga.
Liverpool striker Luis Suarez has returned to training with the club and has issued an apology to his team-mates over the speculation surrounding his future this summer, Sky Sports claim.
The talented Uruguayan has spent much of the summer trying to force a move away from Anfield, with strong interest coming from Premier League rivals Arsenal in the last few weeks.
However, the former Ajax man, who scored 30 goals for Liverpool last season, looks set to remain with the club for at least another season, and has come to accept the decision of his manager and club officials not to let him leave.
The 26-year-old is set to miss the start of the season anyway, with six games remaining from a ten-match ban he received towards the end of last season for a bite on Chelsea’s Branislav Ivanovic during a 2-2 draw at Anfield.
However, he has begun the process of re-integrating himself into the Liverpool setup.
Sky Sports reporter Vinny O’Connor said: “Luis Suarez has apologised to Brendan Rodgers and apologised to his team-mates over his general conduct.
“He has started his re-integration into the Liverpool first team and trained with them on Friday.”
Liverpool could still lose another key player before the end of the summer, with defender Daniel Agger attracting serious interest from both Barcelona and Manchester City.