London: Luis Suarez has disrespected Liverpool by pushing to leave the club, according to former Anfield favourite John Aldridge.
Arsenal have made multiple bids while the striker has handed in a transfer request to secure an exit as Real Madrid continue to lurk - with the Reds standing firm over keeping the Uruguayan.
And although Suarez has been a regular scorer of goals - he notched 30 in 44 appearances last term - Aldridge, who scored 64 goals in 106 appearances for Liverpool, feels Suarez owes the club after their loyalty through a number of high-profile controversies.
"There`s a massive lack of loyalty there and especially the way Liverpool have stuck by Luis," Aldridge told BBC Radio 5 Live when asked about Suarez`s desire to leave.
"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."