Daily Mail: Suarez suffers from groin pain
- The 25-year-old has limited game time under Emery.
- There are suggestions he's been struggling to overcome his groin injury.
- Denis wants the manager to give him a rest as intensive training leads to inflammation of the damaged area.
- The Spaniard hopes the problem will resolve on its own after a few days without action.
According to the Daily Mail, the 25-year-old's progress has been hampered by a persistent groin injury, which puts his future at the club at risk. The Spaniard joined Arsenal on loan in January and has only featured in 6 games for the Gunner, being involved in action for just 95 minutes so far under Emery.
The source claim, that the player is determined to hold talks with Emery to ease the intensity of his training to fully recover from the injury. In fact, he can play through pain, but the damaged area gets inflamed and causes discomfort. Denis finds it hard to twist and turn quickly as the pain intensifies in those moments.
There are concerns that it may be a sports hernia injury, but Suarez wants to try to give himself a short period of rest to see if the problem could resolve without any additional treatment.
The Gunners have an option to sign Suarez for a £20m fee permanently. However, the club and the player are likely to think twice before making a final decision on his transfer due to a share of game time he gets on the pitch.