- Luis Suarez has been tipped to make a sensational move to Juventus this summer
- The Uruguayan is one of the players Barcelona are hoping to offload this transfer window
- Suarez decided to put a call across to Juventus legend to clear the air over his 2014 biting incident
- The forward bit the Italian defender which earned a four-month match ban as punishment
Luis Suarez has reportedly put a phone call through to Giorgio Chiellini in a bid to clear the air ahead of his potential move to Juventus.
Suarez infamously planted his canines on Chiellini's shoulder during Uruguay's group stage match against Italy back in 2014 in Brazil.
The act did not earn the Uruguayan marching orders on that day as the referee did not see, but he was slapped with a four-month ban from football for the attack.
And in an apparent move aimed at getting his name in good books with Chiellini, Daily Mail citing La Gazzetta dello Sport reports Suarez has telephoned the defender to put the incident behind them.
The pair could potentially become teammates this summer, with Suarez linked with a sensational switch to Juventus.
The former Liverpool star is said to be on the verge of penning a contract worth £9 million per year with the Serie A giants.
The veteran striker has understandably fallen out of favour at Camp Nou and could be offloaded as Ronaldo Koeman kicks off his reign at Barcelona.
At 33, the Spanish giants are looking to offload Suarez to ease their wage bill as they usher in a new era.
Juventus hope the partnership involving Suarez, Cristiano Ronaldo, and Paulo Dybala could help them challenge for the Champions League next season.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Luis Suarez is close to joining Juventus as reports claim the Uruguayan striker has agreed personal terms with Serie A side.
The 33-year-old has been told his services are no longer needed at the Camp Nou after his 60 seconds meeting with new boss Ronald Koeman.
Other top European clubs including Ajax and Paris Saint-Germain have shown their interest in Suarez who has a year left in his deal at Barcelona.
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