Liverpool striker and Arsenal target Luis Suarez is prepared to stay in England and in the Premier League, despite slating it earlier on in the summer, according to Sky sources.
The Liverpool striker has been firmly open about his future this summer, admitting that he doesn't want to stay at Anfield and also revealing that he doesn't want to stay in England any longer because he believes his reputation is being damaged by match officials and the media.
However, it appears that the Uruguayan may have changed his mind about England and may now be prepared to stay in the country, which could see him complete his move from Liverpool to Arsenal.
Whilst competing for Uruguay in the Confederations Cup, Suarez spoke a lot about his future and even revealed that he dreams of playing in Spain with Real Madrid as he didn't want to stay in England for the safety of himself and his family.
Arsenal have already made a £30m bid for Suarez, but had it rejected by Liverpool straight away as they feel their striker is worth at least £40m - but it is now believed that the Gunners are ready to bid £35m for the 26-year-old.
A source close to both clubs admitted that there is a chance Suarez could move to Arsenal, as when asked about the potential transfer and whether or not it is realistic, the source responded with "Maybe".
If Suarez was to sign for Arsenal, he would miss the club's first six games because of the ban he picked up at the end of last season for biting Chelsea's Branislav Ivanovic.
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