Liverpool fans will forgive Luis Suárez if he stays, claims Paul Ince

Paul Ince believes Liverpool fans are ready to forgive Luis Suárez for his conduct this summer is he stays at Anfield

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Luis Suárez scored 30 goals for Liverpool last season Photo: Luis Suárez / Facebook

Paul Ince believes Liverpool fans are ready to forgive Luis Suárez for his conduct this summer if he ends up staying at Anfield.

The 26-year-old’s future has been a constant source of speculation this summer after the Uruguay international publicly stated his desire to leave Liverpool for a club in the Champions League.

The Reds have been firm in their stance that the striker is not for sale and have rejected two bids for Suárez from Arsenal.

And ex-Liverpool midfielder Ince believes that the Anfield faithful will soon be ready to welcome him back to the first-team with open arms – as long as he delivers on the pitch.

“It hasn’t been great with everything that has happened over the summer, but one thing about Liverpool fans is that they are forgiving,” Ince told talkSPORT.

“All they want to see is Suarez back, and when he’s back on the pitch and scoring goals none of what has gone on will matter.”

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