Gunners remain hopeful of signing Uruguayan striker.
Arsenal have not yet given up hope of signing Liverpool striker Luis Suarez before the transfer window shuts according to The Mirror.
The Uruguayan striker has been at the centre of a transfer saga over the last few months after publically expressing his desire to leave Anfield.
Suarez had talked of a move to Real Madrid but that now appears unlikely with the Spanish club having failed to show any interest in making an offer for his services.
That placed Arsenal in pole position with many, including Suarez, having expected a deal to be completed after the Gunners made an offer of £40,000,001.
Arsenal and Suarez thought that activated a minimum fee release clause but it subsequently turned out that the clause was non-binding.
That brought just the latest bad news in a summer of frustration for Arsenal fans, who have also seen their side miss out on Gonzalo Higuain and Stevan Jovetic.
Suarez has now apologised to his Liverpool team-mates and manager Brendan Rodgers and has seemingly been accepted by into the fold at Anfield.
But that has not put off Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger, who remains determined to sign the striker before the transfer window slams shut on the 2nd September.