Calm down, calm down, when he said he was now staying at Liverpool, Suarez, it seems, meant that he was staying at Liverpool for now, until the details of his transfer are sorted out. Of course, his initial statement, which he has now denied, was designed to get Liverpool fans excited so that the effect of his volte face on the apparent volte face would be all the more powerful.
What Suarez wants now is hate, and lots of it. He wants the Liverpool fans to turn on him, he wants the calls for him to be jettisoned to increase, he wants the Board to be harangued by the fans into letting him go. And he is probably loving every minute of this, taking the piss out of the very fans who backed him to the hilt and beyond.
And sadly, you can see why he is so anxious to go. Liverpool claim that they do not want to sell to a rival, but that hardly explains why they won't sell to Arsenal. The days when Liverpool were in competition with the Gunners are now long gone. Let's face it, even with Suarez, Liverpool only finished 7th last season, 12 points shy of Arsenal in 4th place, despite Wenger's men having a poor season. In truth, if Liverpool don't want to sell to a rival, they shouldn't have agreed to sell Carroll and Downing to West Ham, because both teams will be battling for a place in mid table obscurity next season.
Liverpool really should look at the Suarez deal another way. By selling him to Arsenal, they may increase the chances of their bête noirs Manchester United not winning the title. And let's face it, that's just about the best Liverpool fans can hope for next season!