Is he staying? Is he going? A question commonly heard this summer with the constant transfer speculation surrounding the future of Luis Suarez.
Recent stories had suggested that the 26-year-old was close to submitting a transfer request to force a move away from Liverpool, but in the latest chapter, Suarez has apologised and wishes to stay at Anfield.
Suarez who scored an incredible 30 goals last season has been the subject of two unsuccessful bids from Arsenal, the latest a £40million and one pound just over a month ago.
With Liverpool's stance on Suarez consistent throughout the saga that he is not for sale and this approach is looking to be paying off with the Suarez likely to stay.
Brendan Rodgers who has backed Suarez throughout the transfer speculation and the whole biting saga last season, eventually ran out of patience with the number seven at the start of the week demanding an apology with the comments Suarez had come out with and stroppy displays on the training pitch.
This seemed like the tipping point in the saga with Suarez but after apologising and back into training while also quoted as saying 'I may even sign contract extension' which indicates how my the situation has changed and now looks committed to Liverpool.
Even with rumours of a third bid from Arsenal, won’t seem to shift Liverpool's stance and does not seem that Suarez is even interested in the move anymore. So there is all likeliness in a stay in Merseyside unless something dramatic happens.
But knowing Luis Suarez there is only some more controversy on the way, whether that's in a Liverpool shirt or not remains to be seen.
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