Following the Luis Suarez interview, published on both the Telegraph and the Guardian originally, which saw him criticising Liverpool and manager Brendan Rodgers for not allowing him a move when he was led to believe a release clause existed in his contract, the club’s owner John W Henry has revealed he will not be sold this summer.
The 26-year old has been forced to train on his own as a result for the recent comments, but is not for sale at any price.
Suarez’ agent has been blamed by both Arsenal and Liverpool for supplying false information which has led to a standoff between both clubs.
Arsenal recently made an offer of £40M+£1- which they were told would trigger the release clause in his contract, allowing him to agree personal terms with the Gunners.
However, such clause did not exist and Arsenal and manager Arsene Wenger were left to look red-faced amid heavy criticism from Rodgers and Henry for the way they have conducted their business for the Uruguayan international.
Wenger, 63, is reportedly furious at being misled about his summer target, and now faces the prospect of having his time completely wasted this summer as Suarez was the side’s main transfer target.