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The summer has ticked over into August and the Luis Suarez saga shows no signs of reaching a conclusion any time soon.
Arsenal continue to be linked with the forward, but Arsene Wenger appears to be biding his time after seeing bids rejected by Liverpool, as he has claimed he is happy with his squad.
The Reds are adamant that the clause Suarez claims to have in his contract that would allow him to leave if a bid of over £40 million is tabled does not exist. However, there is a fresh twist, according to the Mirror's John Cross.
Cross claims the Suarez camp feel they had an agreement with Liverpool that would allow him to move on if a bid of £35 million-plus was made by a club in the Champions League.
Suarez's agent, Pere Guardiola, has told Liverpool of Suarez's fury, according to Cross. However, the report states the club are confident in their position.