Metro report this afternoon (Wednesday):
The Gunners were initially knocked back by Liverpool after their opening £30m offer, but are expected to return to the table after the Uruguayan’s recent radio interview where he admitted he was flattered by the north Londoners’ interest.
They also suggest that Real Madrid are preparing a bid for £39.5million.
Goal.com also report:
There were reports on Monday that Arsenal had made a £30m bid for Suarez, and sources have told Goal that the club will pay up to £35m for the Uruguayan.
Suarez himself is yet to hand in a transfer request, but seems increasingly like he wants to find a new club before he is due to return to Liverpool‘s pre-season training later this month.
Suarez’s fellow countryman, football pundit and former Brighton boss Gus Poyet believes Suarez should either stay at Anfield or leave the Premier League, where he has often explained he is unhappy.
“Him going to Arsenal won’t change a thing. If he wants to move, it’s probably because of the way the media treats him as a Liverpool player, but that won’t change if he moves to another club in England.
“But I’d be a lot more drastic: I’d stay put at Liverpool or leave England all together.”