Luis Suarez last night admitted that he will be staying at Liverpool, the Mirror understands.
The Uruguay international has been linked with a move away from Anfield since the end of last season, and has constantly stated that he doesn’t want to remain on Merseyside.
However the 26 year old told a Uruguayan newspaper that, largely down to the support of a number of Reds fans, he will in fact stay at the club, and may even sign a new contract.
The former Ajax man proved that the speculation over his future has not affected his on-filed performances, as he scored the third goal in Uruguay’s 4-2 win over Japan earlier today.
Meanwhile, the Reds appear to have entered the race to sign Manchester City outcast Scott Sinclair, after bookmakers slashed the odds of the former man moving to Anfield, the Express understands.
Bet Victor had originally made Liverpool 66/1 shots to sign Sinclair, though the odds have gone in to just 6/4.
West Bromwich Albion are also said to be interested in the midfielder, with their manager Steve Clarke keen to agreee a season long-loan deal with last season’s Premier League runners up, while Newcastle United and Everton have also been touted as potential destinations for the 24 year old.