Brendan Rodgers has insisted that the club is in control of the Luis Suarez situation and that the Uruguay striker will not be sold.
But his manager has denied that the club is prepared to do business and has defended the forward from the media yet again.
“It’s quite simple, the club is in complete control of the situation.” Rodgers is quoted.
“For me there is no real change in it. He’s away with the Uruguay squad at the moment and we’re messaging and what not.
“I will always listen to players. I always work closely with players and listen to their point of view but the biggest word is with the club.
“Sometimes interviews get put out there and highlighted, but parts of Luis’ interviews have been about how much he loves Liverpool, but of course that doesn’t get highlighted.
“It’s something that happens. I’m quite relaxed about it.”
And Rodgers is sure that the Suarez loves the club and will do his very best whenever he plays for the club.
He continued: “What I know is that the support Luis has had from the people here in Liverpool, the city and the football club, has been phenomenal and I know he feels that and respects that.
“We’re in a situation where we’ve got a player who we don’t want to lose. We’re trying to build something here and he’s a very important part of that and because of the type of player he is he will always give his best.”