The Daily Mail has pleased more than a couple of the punters in the Football Transfer Tavern as they have claimed that Brendan Rodgers has finally had enough of Luis Suarez, pushing the player is even closer to an exit.
The manager has been more patient and accommodating than most would have been in his situation and given Suarez has openly courted a move to Arsenal, not to mention threatened to take legal action against the club who have stood by him through thick and thin, no one can really blame Rodgers for snapping.
The former Swansea City boss fumed: “I will take strong, decisive action.
“There has been total disrespect of the club – this is a club that is historically one of the biggest in the world and has given him everything; absolutely everything.
“We first of all need to assess where (the situation) is. Things have been said that are derogatory against the football club, his team-mates and the supporters.
“There’s a few bridges to cross before that (playing for Liverpool) can happen again. It’s about respect. This is one of the most iconic football clubs in the world, you can’t disrespect it. That’s something I will ensure before anything happens in the future.”
The Uruguayan forward will be forced to train alone whilst some kind of compromise can be sought although as one of our punters quips, a bid of £40 million and £2 may not be enough to force a move.