Liverpool's principal owner John Henry has laughed off Arsenal's bid for Luis Suarez
Last night Arsenal bid an improved offer of 40 million pounds for the Uruguan striker but was rejected by Liverpool .
Liverpool remain intent keeping Suarez, who has made no secret this summer of his desperation to quit England, at Anfield and would only entertain offers of £50million for him.
And Henry, head of the club's parent company Fenway Sports Group, has broken his silence on the saga surrounding the controversial Uruguayan, who is currently serving a 10-match ban for biting Branislav Ivanovic, and took aim at the north Londoners' attempts to lure him to the Emirates.
In a post on Twitter this morning, the Boston Red Sox chief said: "What do you think they're smoking over there at Emirates?”