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The Uruguay striker has been in incredible form this season

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Technology works correctly as Ivanovic's header was saved off the line

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Transfer news: Luis Suarez arrives at Anfield ahead of Liverpool match against Stoke as Premier League finally gets underway

The wantaway striker returned to first team training yesterday and appeared at the Reds' ground with a smile on his face

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Luis Suarez is back in training but still no sign of apology to Liverpool

Liverpool’s unsettled striker now unlikely to leave after he is allowed to return from exile and join up with team-mates

Suarez has arrived back on Merseyside after international duty with Uruguay

Transfer news: Luis Suarez returns to first team training after apologising for trying to force Arsenal move - reports

The Uruguayan had been banished to train with the reserves but appears to have apologised for his behaviour after return from international duty

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Daniel Sturridge set to feature for Liverpool in Premier League curtain raiser against Stoke

Martin Skrtel could also play a part after the pair recover from individual knee injuries

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Transfer news: Luis Suarez remains unrepentant over push for Arsenal move ahead of talks with Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers

The striker understands his chances of a move are almost over

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Transfer news: Michael Owen becomes the latest Liverpool legend to claim the club should sell Luis Suarez

Former striker joins David James, Ray Houghton and Dietmar Hamann in suggesting Reds would be better without Suarez

Liverpool managing director Ian Ayre is confident Luis Suarez will remain with the club this summer

Luis Suarez to miss Liverpool friendly against Valerenga

The striker will not travel to Norway due to a foot injury

Luis Suarez takes part in an open training session

Transfer news: Luis Suarez reluctant to acknowledge Liverpool fans during open training session

The striker is keen on a move away from Anfield

Brendan Rodgers insists Luis Suarez understands why Liverpool are refusing to sell him to Arsenal

Transfer news: Luis Suarez 'understands' why Liverpool are refusing to sell to Arsenal, claims Brendan Rodgers

The Liverpool boss insists Suarez remains happy despite confusion over a contract clause that Arsenal believed they had activated

Luis Suarez and Brendan Rodgers in Melbourne

Luis Suarez accused of 'a massive lack of loyalty' by former Liverpool striker John Aldridge

The Uruguayan is angling for a move away from Anfield, with Arsenal keen to sign him

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Luis Suarez walks to the team bus to attend training at the Grand Hyatt

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