Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has stated that although his club will continue in their efforts to bring Luis Suarez to the Emirates, it is impossible to predict what strip the striker will be playing in next year.
According to the Independent, Wenger has cited that it is difficult for anyone to predict the future of Suarez, although there is strong speculation linking him with a move away from Anfield.
Arsenal have so far seen two bids rejected for the Uruguayan and Liverpool seem intent on not selling him to a rival Premier League club.
Despite Reds boss Brendan Rodgers claiming Arsenal have 'no class' after their latest offer of £40 million and £1, Wenger has said: "We try to do it properly, but a transfer is always an agreement between three parties and we have always done that until now."
The Premier League's longest serving manager was also quick to announce his faith in the current quality of his team.
The Frenchman said: "Let's count first on what is here and if we can add something, we will do, but it is very difficult to predict if something will be sorted out before we play in the Champions League qualifier.
"I think we have enough quality to achieve it with the players we have in at the moment and if we can have some more in before then, it's even better."
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