Despite returning to the fold at training, Luis Suarez has refused to commit his future to Liverpool this season.
Suarez openly stated his desire to leave Anfield earlier this summer, but a £40,000,001 offer from Arsenal failed to activate what he thought was a sell out clause in his contract.
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers and owner John W Henry stated they would refuse any offer from the Gunners, while Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger recently confirmed there was “absolutely no chance” of a deal for the Uruguayan.
It was then reported that the 26-year-old was resigned to staying with Liverpool after Arsenal’s bid failed, but things may have changed after recent links with a Real Madrid bid and his comments to French media.
"I already have the privilege and pride to play with him for La Selección," was his reply.
However, more interestingly, he was also asked if he would be staying at Liverpool this season and “no comment” was his response.
If Liverpool fans had thought his future with the club was resolved, these latest comments may have brought the uncertainty back.