Sport Bookies: Suarez hopes to bring his problems with Liverpool to a “friendly” close

Luis SuarezSport bookies found out that Liverpool forward Luis Suarez said that he hopes to bring his problems with the club to a “friendly” close.

Pay per head services saw that earlier this week, Suarez publicly announced his wish to leave Anfield for a club in the UEFA Champions League , with Arsenal recently making an offer worth £40million plus an additional pound.

The 26-year-old and many sport bookies believed that the bid would trigger a release clause in his contract, but price per head services saw that the Reds have vigorously denied those claims – a view that was since backed up by Gordon Taylor, the Professional Footballers’ Association chief executive.

Bookmakers UK services learned that even though the Uruguayan now claimed that he hopes for a friendly end to his disputes with the Merseyside club, he has reiterated his wish to part ways, and sport bookies would really like to see where the player will go next.

“I’m still defending the colours of Liverpool and will continue to do so until the last minute,” he told Marca.

“My aim is to reach an agreement with the club in a friendly manner and I hope the clause we agreed a year ago is fulfilled. Up to now, it hasn’t been.

“I like things to be clear and a year ago I made my position to the club clear.”

The forward also issued to Real Madrid a come-get-me plea, which caught the interest of sport bookies all over the world. Pay per head services saw that they failed to follow up on their previously reported interest in the player so they could go after Tottenham Hotspur’s Gareth Bale – and bookmakers UK services can’t wait to see what will ultimately happen.

“There were a lot of rumours (about Real) that were different to reality,” he added. “Madrid never called me personally or Liverpool to try and negotiate.

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“Every player aspires to reach the top and Real Madrid is among the most important clubs in the world. It would be very difficult to say no to Real Madrid.”