Skysports is reporting that Liverpool striker Luis Suarez, has refused to apologise to the club and his team-mates, for his verbal attacks on the manager and the club, as his transfer saga drags on.
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers, had stated that Luis Suarez must apologise to the club and his team-mates, before he can be welcomed back into the Anfield fold. However, the former Ajax player feel he has not done anything wrong and should not apologise to anybody.
The Uruguay international has been forced to train alone, after claiming that the club had broken their promise to sell him to a Champions League club this summer.
“Initially there will be an apology to his team-mates and the club, then a recognition that he is ready to fight for the club,” he said, after his side lost to Celtic in their final pre-season friendly.
“I know that we are not seeing the Luis Suarez I know. He has spent some days working on his own. When he comes back from Uruguay we will see how it goes further.
“We are all on the same page. He won’t be going to Arsenal, that’s for sure. When Luis is committed to the cause, we will welcome him back with open arms.
“I was made aware at the end of last season that a number of clubs would come in. The reality is that one have done.”
Suarez will be away on international duty this week and his Uruguay team-mate, Edinson Cavani, who himself completed a 55m move from Napoli to Paris Saint-Germain this summer, has thrown his support behind the striker.
“The Liverpool coach can talk about loyalty and disrespect, but maybe he needs to look up what it means,” he said.
“Luis had the chance last year to join a big club like Juventus, who went on to win the league in Italy.
“But, instead, he chose to stay and fight with Liverpool. Now, that’s what you call loyalty.
“I’ve known about his agreement with Liverpool and understood that he would be leaving, if they were not playing in the Champions League.”