Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers has hit out at Arsenal accusing the north London giants of showing what he perceives to be a lack of class in their pursuit of Luis Suarez.
Arsene Wenger's side have had two bids rejected for the Uruguayan striker, who wants to join a Champions League club, but the Northern Irish boss slammed the Gunners for undervaluing the player as well as their tactical approach to showing interest.
"I have to admit I was surprised by their bid of £40million and £1...I always associated Arsenal as a club with class," Rodgers said to reporters.
"There may be playing a game there, but we will just move on and do our own work, and the message is constant - we do not want to sell.
"There will become a point when they will understand that. They have an interest and put that interest in with two bids that is nowhere near where what Luis would be worth. That is within their right, there is a market for players, but our message is constant."