Luis Suarez 'too good' for Liverpool and Arsenal – but his lack of loyalty is laughable, says Jamie Carragher

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is "too good" for both Liverpool and Arsenal – but his complaints about the Reds refusing to sell him are "laughable" says Jamie Carragher.

Suarez claims the club have gone back on a promise to let him leave Anfield if Liverpool failed to qualify for this season’s Champions League – something boss Brendan Rodgers refutes.

But his says should show some loyalty to the club and people who have show him so much in the past.

"Luis Suarez is too good for Liverpool. He is one of the top players in the world, whereas Liverpool were only the seventh best team in England last season," Carragher says in the Daily Mail.

"Luis Suarez is also too good for Arsenal. In recent years, they haven’t challenged for trophies; they have not made an impact in the Champions League and they are no closer to winning the Premier League."

Carragher says it is disappointing to see Suarez agitating for a move after all Liverpool have done for him.

"To see it come to this is very dispiriting. A lot of good peoplehave stood by Luis since he joined the club. Rodgers and Kenny Dalglishcould not have done more for him. In the darkest times, we wore T-shirts to show we were standing alongside him, even if it was ill-advised.

"So it is laughable to hear he is unhappy with Liverpool for not letting him join Arsenal."

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Suarez was banned by the Football Association for racially abusing Manchester United defender Patrice Evra, and again towards the end of last season for

Despite those offences, Liverpool still want him at the club, however Carragher claims he has seen at close quarters a change in Suarez’s attitude to life at Liverpool.

He said: "I took part in a training session at Melwood before Steven Gerrard’s testimonial last Saturday and I was alarmed by the LuisSuarez with whom I was sharing a pitch.

"From his first day at Liverpool, I had been used to seeing a warrior who loved his football and charged around with great enthusiasm.

"On this occasion, however, his attitude was completely different. He didn’t want the ball and had no interest in getting involved. He stood on the periphery, with shoulders slumped."

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