Luis Suarez could push through a move to Arsenal by the end of the week after growing increasingly frustrated by Liverpool’s refusal to sell.

Liverpool insiders say that Suarez is growing more and more determined to move to Arsenal, especially with Real Madrid’s high-profile chase of Gareth Bale signalling Suarez is not in their plans.

Suarez had hoped that the situation could be solved amicably by the clubs however it has become clear to him that Liverpool are not going to sell for any less than £50 million unless Suarez takes action.

Suarez has already publicly spoken about his desire to leave Liverpool this summer however he will have to do more to convince his club to sell.

Suarez feels let down by his club and feels that promises made to him by Liverpool have been broken.

The Uruguayan made a gentleman’s agreement with the Liverpool hierarchy when he renewed his contract last summer that if Liverpool fail to qualify for the Champions League he would be allowed to leave if a team in the Champions League bid £35 million.

Both of Arsenal’s bids for the striker would have been enough to activate that agreement, however both bids were rejected.

Suarez and his camp are now considering all the options. The two main options being discussed at the moment are handing in a transfer request and perhaps even taking legal action against Liverpool.

Arsenal will be hoping for some sort of development this week but will not make another bid until Suarez starts to force the issue.

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