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Luis Suarez move looks imminent

Liverpool striker Luis Suarez has called on Liverpool to let him leave Anfield for Arsenal, claiming he was "promised" who would be able to if the club did not qualify for the Champions League last season.

Luis Suarez's move away from Anfield looks imminent after the player publicly asked his current club to let him leave in pursuit of Champions League football.

The controversial striker believes that Liverpool are going against their word after they promised last season that Suarez would be able to leave if the Merseyside club did not qualify for Europe.

It has been widely reported that Uruguay international intends to hand in a transfer request in the coming days if his wish is not granted.

Talking to the Daily Telegraph yesterday Suarez said, "I am 26, I need to be playing in the Champions League."

He went on to explain the agreement, "Last year I had the opportunity to move to a big European club and I stayed on the understanding that if we failed for the Champions League the following season I'd be allowed to go."

Surprisingly, however, only one Champions League club have showed interest in him - Liverpool rivals Arsenal. The London club have seen two bids rejected by Liverpool so far this summer.

Suarez has not travelled with the Liverpool squad for a pre-season match in Norway because of a "foot injury".

His Liverpool future looks very much in doubt after this latest outburst, but Brendan Rodgers still remains adament that he will not sell. But one must ask, what is the worth of keeping a player that simply no longer wants to be at the club?

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