Luis Suarez has issued an apology to Brendan Rodgers and his teammates over his conduct this summer and been allowed to train with the first team, according to reports.
Yesterday Brendan Rodgers told the media at his press conference ahead of Saturday’s game against Stoke that he would face no further questions on Suarez until the Uruguayan was back from suspension next month, effectively finding closure from the saga.
Suarez returned to Melwood from international duty this morning and trained with the first team.
Suarez training with the first team. http://t.co/b1kVKOG3nW (via @LMillerrr_)
— Anfield Online (@anfieldonline) August 16, 2013
As some have already said, Luis Suarez did indeed train with #LFC 1st team squad today.
— Ben Smith (@BSmith) August 16, 2013
Sky sources: Luis Suarez trains with Liverpool first-team squad #SSN
— Sky Sports News (@SkySportsNews) August 16, 2013
Sky Sports News say that Suarez has apologised for his actions this summer, which have seen him push for a move to Arsenal, before being told he can’t leave by Liverpool’s hierarchy.
Forward Luis Suarez trained with Liverpool’s first-team squad on Friday according to Sky Sports sources, after apologising to his team mates for his conduct this summer.
On Tuesday evening a Uruguayan journalist revealed he had been told by Suarez that he would stay at Anfield.
Suarez is not eligible to play for Liverpool until the end of September at the earliest as he completes the final six games of his ten-match ban for biting Chelsea‘s Branislav Ivanovic back in April.