Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has once again insisted the club are "totally in control" of the future of wantaway striker Luis Suarez.
The Uruguayan's desire to leave Merseyside this summer has been clear from various interviews he has given over the last few weeks, but Liverpool have emphasised they do not intend to sell the player and rejected an offer - understood to be Â£30million - for him from Arsenal.
Rodgers, who has stuck by the striker through some controversial moments, insists he is not worried the issue will drag on and interfere with his pre-season plans.
"I don't want to set a deadline or put a date on it but this is not something that will run too long," he told the Liverpool Echo. "We are totally in control of the situation. It is one where we don't have to sell. He has got three years left on his contract.
"We are prepared to get some players in and spend money without having to sell Luis Suarez. The reality is that we have had one offer.
"There can be as ...