Luis Suarez: Barcelona manager Ronald Koeman orders Uruguayan striker to train alone

Luis Suarez: Barcelona manager Ronald Koeman orders Uruguayan striker to train alone

- Luis Suarez earlier told Barcelona to let him know his fate if he still has a future with the Catalan giants

- New manager Ronald Koeman called the player to notify him he is no longer needed

- With reports that Suarez agreed personal terms with Juventus, Koeman has ordered the striker to train alone

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Luis Suarez has been told to train alone by new manager Ronald Koeman just days after Lionel Messi made an incredible transfer u-turn and decided to stay at the club.

Fresh reports from Spain have it that Koeman has just told Suarez to train alone with the club’s physio ahead of his rumoured switch to Juventus.

The Uruguayan was earlier notified by Koeman that he is no longer needed at the Spanish club, amid interests from several European clubs jostling for his services.

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Suarez earlier lamented the spate at which affairs of the club were being run and had told the club to let him know his fate.

It was gathered that Serie A and Premier League clubs have been in contact with the Uruguayan hoping to seal personal agreement.

And he 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.

Italian outlet Gianluca Di Marzio via Mirror claim 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.

And despite all these, Suarez and Messi were captured together leaving a restaurant on Thursday night, August 27.

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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 Antoine Griezmann has reacted to the whole transfer debacle involving his team-mate Lionel Messi at Barcelona as he urges the Argentine to remain with the Camp Nou side.

The Catalan giants’ fans can now heave a huge sigh of relief after their captain confirms he will continue at the club next season.

Messi who handed-in his transfer request at the club has been linked with a move away from Camp Nou with Manchester City tipped as possible destination for the forward.

His team-mate Griezmann backed the decision to stay with the club adding that whatever differences the Argentine has is with the club.

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