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Rodgers remains strong-minded over the idea of a Suarez sale, but the Northern Irishman has admitted that the forward does have a price.
That price hasn't yet been met though, and so the Reds boss is adamant that his player will stay at the club according to this report in The Independent.
When asked whether he feels that Suarez will remain a Red, Rogers replied:
"Yeah, very much so.
"He's a player that obviously is talked about and there's been a been a lot of speculation over the course of the off-season.
"But the reality is that he's a player that's very much valued at Liverpool.
"Unless there's any sort of offer that comes in which is anywhere near his value then there's nothing to consider and we haven't had that.
"So at the moment, in this present moment in time, he's back in, he's reported as he should do for training at the right time.
"He's had a good rest and he's now looking forward to getting fit with the rest of his team."
Although admitting he has a value, Rodgers simply doesn't want to sell him, saying:
"I didn't say we would sell him. I said that every player has a value and a worth. Doesn't mean you've got to sell them."
The manager outlined that he will have a long conversation with the forward when the time is right, saying:
I haven't had it [the conversation] yet. We only arrived late last night.
"He was obviously here earlier coming from a different part of the world but as we've always been as a club and certainly as a manager and a coach I'm quite relaxed about it.
"Luis was out here as expected. He's an integral part of our squad. We'll chat at some stage like I do with all the players.
"He'll join training today with all the other players and over the course of these next few weeks we'll all communicate but him and I have been in regular communications throughout the summer."