We have no intention of selling Luis Suarez, insists Liverpool chief
John Aldridge accuses striker of disloyalty
The Reds have rejected bids of £30million and £40m plus £1 from Arsenal, while the wantaway forward has also been linked with Real Madrid.
"As has been widely reported in the media we've received two separate offers from Arsenal for the player and we've rejected those offers.
"Luis remains a Liverpool player and is here with us in Thailand as part of our squad."
Former Ireland international John Aldridge says Suarez is being disloyal by trying to engineer a move.
He was awarded a new contract last summer and was also given some backing after biting Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic in April, an offence for which he still has six games of a 10-game ban to serve.
Aldridge told the Liverpool Echo: "There's a massive lack of loyalty there and especially the way Liverpool have stuck by Luis.
"Not everything's all about money. It's different with Luis Suarez because of the positions he's put Liverpool in over the last couple of years and they've stuck by him.
"The fans have been loyal, the manager's been loyal, his comrades have been loyal, and the hierarchy have been loyal to him.
"They've done everything in the powers possible to back him up and he's basically put a custard pie in everyone's face."
He appeared as a substitute in Wednesday's game against Melbourne Victory and has been training ahead of the next pre-season fixture against Thailand on Sunday.
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers believes Suarez, 26, would be making a mistake by moving to Arsenal.
Rodgers said: "I know what we are trying to build and grow, so why would you swap Liverpool to go to Arsenal?
"I am not sure that it adds up, to be honest. Arsenal has a wonderful history in its own right but Liverpool is one of the biggest clubs in the world.
"Okay, we might not be in the Champions League and haven't been for a while now but our competitors have grown around us and we have to step up to the challenge now.
"Would it be a mistake for Luis to leave? 100 per cent. The team was built around Luis last season.
"It is difficult for Luis, I understand that. If a team wants you, it can be difficult."
Liverpool have been followed by big crowds throughout their pre-season trip to Indonesia and Australia, and Thailand this week looks to be no different.
Rodgers hopes that is something that will help get the message home.
He said: "I am sure Luis will have seen the sheer size and status of the club, so we'll just see how it goes. It is not something we want to run on too long."