LIVERPOOL, England -- Luis Suarez has been seen training with Liverpool's first-team squad -- suggesting that the Uruguay striker has patched up his differences with manager Brendan Rodgers after going public with his desire to leave the Premier League club.
Rodgers said last week that Suarez would need to apologize to his teammates and the club before he could return to training after complaining about the player's attitude and pre-season performances.
Pictures Friday in British media showed Suarez taking part in warm-up routines and laughing and joking around with teammates at Liverpool's Melwood training ground. The club hasn't yet said whether the player has made an official apology.
Suarez, who has been training on his own, is unavailable for the first six games of the new season because of suspension.