Liverpool striker Luis Suarez could be set to leave Liverpool this summer, through his desire to force an exit from Anfield and possibly switch to Premier League club Arsenal.
According to the Daily Mail, Suarez is prepared to take legal action against Liverpool in a bid to force through his protracted move to Arsenal.
This was alleged through the Uruguayan's beliefs that the Anfield club are reneging on a clause in his contract, which the striker claims that he is entitled to leave Anfield should a Champions League club make an offer for the forward in the region of £40million.
The Gunners have already made a £40million and a pound bid for the Uruguayan international and the forward believes he should be allowed to leave Liverpool if his preferred destination was Arsenal.
The report states that Luis Suarez is unhappy with the Merseyside club and their attempts to prevent him from leaving, saying the 26-year-old is determined to leave Liverpool.
The former Ajax striker left the Eredivisie in January 2011 for the Merseyside club and has made 77 league appearances since arriving at Anfield, finding the back of the net 38 times in the Premier League.
The deal to sign Suarez from Ajax was worth £22.8million and has helped Liverpool win the Carling Cup (now formally known as the Capital One Cup) last season.
Suarez has been a prolific striker for the Anfield outlet, finding the net on numerous occasions at crucial times, and with the all-time record goalscorer for his country with 35 goals, any club will bag themselves a quality player with a threat to the opposition.
Liverpool want to hang onto such a talented and receive no critics for their decision, but with Suarez's desire to leave the club, would forcing his way out of the club to pave a way to another team be the correct solution?
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