Liverpool striker Luis Suarez trained with the club’s first team on Friday after having talks with boss Brendan Rodgers.
In a quote from a journalist, who has close links to the player, Uruguayan newspaper El Observador reported earlier this week that the 26-year-old has backed down on his long-debated scheme to quit Anfield because of “all the people’s affection.”
The paper also revealed that Suarez may sign a new contract, however, he has not contacted the Merseyside club about a change of heart.
The striker, who scored 30 goals in 44 appearances last season, was made to train alone last week after accusing Rodgers of not keeping to his promise to sell him this summer.
Rodgers had previously said he would only welcome him back to the first team if he apologised for his comments.
Arsenal has had two bids for Suarez rejected by Liverpool with the club persistently insisting that the Uruguayan is not for sale.
Suarez is banned for the first six games of the league season after being given a 10-match ban in April for biting Chelsea’s Branislav Ivanovic.
He joined Liverpool from Ajax for £22.7m in January 2011.