Speculation continues to mount about the future of Luis Suarez at Liverpool F.C., and with only a few weeks until the new Premier League season kicks-off, it’s expected that Arsenal are ready to make an improved offer for the controversial striker in an effort to force Liverpool’s hand.
The Uruguayan striker has made no secret of his desire to leave Anfield, however it’s still unclear whether or not he has any real desire to join Arsene Wenger’s ranks at The Emirates.
Of course, his wishes may not be taken into account if Liverpool are offered the right amount of money, however if anything does lure him, it will be the prospect of playing Champions League football next season.
In truth, Arsenal will be very keen to land the 26 year-old who bagged 23 league goals last term in an attempt to increase their chances of lifting the Premier League trophy.
Granted, Wenger will be well aware of the risks of signing Suarez who has a penchant for stirring up controversy on regular occasions. However, the Frenchman will be concerned that his side haven’t won anything of note for quite some time, and that may well prompt him to return with an increased bid.
Reports from the Mirror of a £40 million offer about to come through from the Gunners has further reignited the furore surrounding the future of Suarez which last saw Brendan Rodgers reject a £30 million bid on 8 July.
And, with La Liga’s Real Madrid also in the running to guarantee the signing, it seems only a matter of time before Liverpool eventually cave and release the troublesome Uruguayan.