Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers has expressed disappointment over the behavior of star striker Luis Suarez.
Rodgers' remarks suggested he believes Suarez's recent comments do not reflect the 'Liverpool way,' and he vowed to deal with any player who steps out of line.
The Uruguayan has threatened to hand in a transfer request if he is not sold, insisting in a newspaper interview he has a clause in his contract allowing him to leave to join a Champions League club for £40million.
Arsenal have offered £40million, plus an extra £1, but Liverpool are adamant no such buy-out clause exists in Suarez's contract and, speaking after the 4-1 friendly win over Valerenga, Rodgers addressed his star player's handling of the situation.
Rodgers said, according to official club website www.liverpoolfc.com: "My conversations with players will always remain private. I'll never disclose any conversation between a player and I. In terms of the remarks that were made, this is a football club that has ...