- Luis Suarez has been told he no longer has a future at Spanish club Barcelona
- New manager Ronald Koeman reportedly notified the Uruguayan of the decision in clear terms
- Suarez is reportedly furious that the manager brutally confirmed to him via a 60-second phone call
Luis Suarez is reportedly furious with the Barcelona new manager Ronald Koeman over his brutal sixty-second phone call to end his career at the Catalan club.
Koeman replaced sacked manager Quique Setién and he has been mandated by the club owners to ensure the club’s wage bill is reduced - and some players will need to leave.
Despite Suarez scoring at least 20 goals for the club in each of his six seasons since his arrival, the former Liverpool striker will have his contract terminated at Barcelona.
The Catalan giants were humiliated out of the Champions League after they were embarrassed 8-2 in the semi-final by eventual champions Bayern Munich.
Luis Suarez was told he had no future at Barcelona in a one-minute phone call with new head coach Ronald Koeman, according to reports.
The 33-year-old earlier asked the Barcelona board to let him know if he is also up for sale or not as reports have it that Dutch club Ajax are plotting a £13.5 million bid for the striker.
He said, as cited in The Sun: "There is talk of some names that the president gave, of changes that can be made, but nobody told me that they want to do without me.
"If this is the desire of the club, it would be good if the person in charge who chooses speaks directly to me."
Spanish outlet SPORT claim the player is upset furious after Koeman bluntly informed him of his desire to sell him in a conversation which only lasted sixty seconds.
As the Spanish outfit continue their quest to keeping legendary Lionel Messi at the club they are desperate to sell players including Luis Suarez and Ivan Rakitic.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Lionel Messi could be reuniting with former teammate Neymar as latest reports have it that French club and Champions League finalists Paris Saint-Germain are set to battle for the Argentine’s signature.
The pair played at the Camp Nou for four years together and although Neymar is hoping to return to Barcelona, now Messi could move to join him.
However, the French club will be facing off with Juventus and Inter Milan who are also interested in the multiple Ballon d'Or winner.
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