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

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Transfer news: Arsene Wenger puts Luis Suarez bid on 'standby' until the striker resolves his dispute with Liverpool

Arsenal boss claims the contract argument between the Uruguayan and his current club has nothing to do with the Gunners and he will wait till it's resolved to consider another offer

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Transfer news: Brendan Rodgers insists Luis Suarez will not move to Arsenal despite outburst that Liverpool promised to let him go

Reds manager has insisted that wantaway striker will be going nowhere after the striker claimed Liverpool agreed to sell him should they fail to qualify for the Champions League

David James has claimed Liverpool are better off without striker Luis Suarez

Transfer news: David James claims Liverpool would be 'better off without Luis Suarez' and they should let him move to Arsenal

Former Reds' goalkeeper believes he is holding back the club as everything seems to revolve around the Uruguayan striker

Luis Suarez in action during Steven Gerrard's testimonial as Liverpool take on Olympiacos

Transfer new: Brendan Rodgers repeats Luis Suarez is not for sale and that he is worth a lot more than what Arsenal have offered

Reds manager claims that if Gareth Bale is worth £100m, then Arsenal will need to bid close to that mark for a similarly-talented player

Liverpool duo Steven Gerrard and Jordan Henderson celebrate after the latter scored in the former's testimonial match against Olympiacos

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Goals from Joe Allen and Jordan Henderson send Liverpool fans home happy but there's no special ending for Gerrard

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

Transfer news: Liverpool managing director Ian Ayre expects Luis Suarez to remain at the club despite Arsenal interest

Ayre insists that the Reds have no intention of selling the striker and that the Uruguayan knows how much he is loved by the club

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Transfer news: Liverpool make £21m bid for Atletico Madrid striker Diego Costa - reports

Brendan Rodgers yesterday claimed he wouldn't make any unnecessary signings but has been tempted into an offer for Brazilian international

Brendan Rodgers looks on as his side drew 0-0 with rivals Everton

Transfer news: 'There is more to spend' reveals Brendan Rodgers, but keeping Luis Suarez is the main priority for Liverpool

Rodgers will not waste transfer budget on unnecessary buys but says if the right quality becomes available he still has the money to sign them

Steven Gerrard says it is illogical for Liverpool to sell Luis Suarez

Exclusive: Selling Luis Suarez to Arsenal - at any price - 'doesn't make sense at all' for Liverpool, claims Steven Gerrard

Captain says Liverpool's season will depend on whether Suarez remains at the club or not

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