According to the BBC, “Luis Suarez will consider submitting a formal transfer request and the possibility of court action if his Liverpool dispute is not resolved, say sources close to the player.” Arsenal made a bid for him a couple of weeks ago worth £40,000,001, which was designed to activate a clause in his contract. Suarez is upset as he believes that the bid allows him to leave, which Liverpool are no so intent on doing. Earlier, Wenger spoke of the Suarez transfer saga saying that he does want to sign Suarez but only in a feasible and amicable way. It is the first time that Wenger has publicly admitted interest in the player, and not surprisingly he isn’t giving too much away on any potential deal.
The clause in Suarez’s contract is understood to say that if the club fails to reach the Champions League and an offer of £40m+ comes in for him, he will be allowed to leave. Liverpool have rejected this and say that it does not force them to sell. Reports are suggesting that Suarez may be taking his case to court over the clause in the contract, but nothing official has been confirmed. As always, anything new will be reported to you.