- Luiz Suarez could leave Barcelona this summer
- The 33-year-old has been informed by Ronald Koeman that he is not in his plan for next season
- Ajax and a few top clubs are already showing interest in the Uruguayan
Luis Suarez could earn as much as £12 million if Barcelona terminates his current deal with them this summer.
The 33-year-old has 12 more months on his current deal but the Catalans new handler Ronald Koeman has revealed the Uruguayan is not a part of his plans next campaign.
Dutch League giants Ajax and a few other clubs are already showing interest in landing the striker should the La Liga side end their relationship with the striker.
SunSport quoting Goal.com says the Camp Nou outfit will have to pay the former Liverpool striker £12 million if they want him off their payroll.
Suarez is equally ready to leave Camp Nou but will continue to train with them pending when he signs with a new club.
Meanwhile, the striker took to social media to distance himself from his former lawyer's comments suggesting that he will leave if teammate Lionel Messi does same.
The Uruguay international said: "There are people talking about me or on my behalf when I have not had a relationship with them for years. "When I need to speak, I'll speak for myself.”
SunSport reveals that Barcelona are eyeing a move Lyon forward Moussa Dembele as Suarez's long term replacement.
The 33-year-old has been with the Blaugrana since 2014 and has netted 198 goals in 283 games in all competitions.
He has one Champions League and four La Liga titles among several other domestic and continental silverware to his credit.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Lionel Messi hosted team-mate, Luis Suarez and wife, at his Castelldefels pad on Thursday night, August 27 for possible discussion over their future at Barcelona.
The ex-Liverpool sensation was seen driving into the home of the Argentine along with his wife as it is believed that they have been good friends.
It is the first time the duo are meeting since the future with the Blaugrana became in doubt.
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