- Luis Suarez has been told he is no longer part of the Barcelona project by new boss Ronald Koeman
- The Uruguayan could be heading to Italy as Juventus are planning an intelligent deal with the Catalans
Luis Suarez could be playing in Italy next season with reports that Juventus are planning a clever move to seal a deal with Spanish club Barcelona for the Uruguayan.
Suarez has been told he can leave the club by new manager Ronald Koeman and Juve are looking to take advantage by sealing a cut price deal for the striker by just paying Barcelona performance-related bounses.
Mass exodus looms at Barcelona and Suarez could be one of the early casualties and new Juve manager Andrea Pirlo is desperate in bolstering his squad ahead of the coming season.
Italian outlet Gianluca Di Marzio via Mirror are reporting that there are ongoing discussions between Barcelona and the Italian champions Juventus.
It was gathered that just a little amount could be paid to the Spanish club in form of performance based bonus.
Although Suarez has been quiet all through what has been a 'manic week' at his club over row with Messi who later handed in a transfer request. Suarez wrote on Instagram.
“There are people talking about me or in my name when for years I've had no relationship with them, when I have to talk I talk for myself,” he wrote.
And despite all these, Suarez and Messi were captured together leaving a restaurant on Thursday night, August 27.
In a footage released by El Chiringuito TV, Messi was seen departing in a black vehicle with Suarez then following separately.
However, situation about Suarez’ exit is still not clear and he will wait for his lawyers to give their advice.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Philippe Coutinho has the left treble-winning side Bayern Munich after a successful loan spell with the Bundesliga outfit.
The 28-year-old helped Bayern win the treble including their sixth Champions League title in Lisbon a few weeks back.
The Brazilian featured against his former side in the quarter finals of the elite competition and scored two goals which he refused to celebrate any of the goals.
He also made an appearance in the finals against Paris Saint-Germain as the Bavarians cruised to win their third trophy of the season.
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