Edinson Cavani has told Liverpool to let Luis Suarez leave so he can realise his full potential at a Champions League club.
Suarez is eager to seal a move away from the Anfield club with Arsenal leading the chase.
However, Arsenal have had two bids of £35m and £40m rejected as Liverpool desperately try to cling on to their star striker.
Brendan Rodgers claimed that neither offer came close to matching his evaluation for the striker - he and the club reportedly want over £50m.
Their reluctance to sell has prompted Suarez's international team mate Cavani to speak up on behalf of the controversial star.
Cavani, who recently moved to PSG in a record-breaking £55m deal, told reporters that Suarez is unsure Liverpool have signed the right players to break in to the top four.
He said: "We have been speaking a lot and, while I can’t tell you everything, I can tell you that he is desperate to start playing Champions League football.
"Liverpool already know that, though, because he has told them."
He then told Liverpool that they should understand why Suarez wants to leave and should let him move on.
"I think if he thought Liverpool would qualify for Champions League football next season he would stay," he said. "But with the other top teams in England adding players, he doesn’t think Liverpool have the resources to break into the Champions League spots.
"I have said before one of the most complete strikers in the world needs to be playing at the top level and I hope Liverpool understand that.
"He doesn’t want to leave on bad terms because he respects the club and fans, but he needs to achieve his dreams in the game."
Arsenal will be hoping Liverpool listen to the Uruguayan star as they prepare their third bid for Suarez, believed to be around £42.5m.