Suarez and Barcelona’s crisis is not over

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Uruguayan striker Luis Suarez has reached an agreement with Atletico Madrid to join him during the current summer.


The Spanish newspaper Marca highlighted the agreement between Atlético Madrid and Luis Suárez and the two-year contract expected to be announced within hours.

She also talked about the imminent return of Alvaro Morata to juventus on loan with the option of buying.

Uruguayan striker Luis Suarez has reached an agreement with Atletico Madrid to join him during the current summer.

Despite the agreement between the two parties, the deal has not yet been formally resolved,

and the Uruguayan is still a player in the ranks of Barcelona.

According to RAC 1 radio, Suarez has reached a total agreement with Barcelona that will allow him to leave the club during the current summer free,

in addition to giving him compensation for the remaining year at the club.

However, it appears that the Atletico Madrid manager does not have proof that Suárez has become a free agent,

a prerequisite for his contract given the high value of the salary the player will receive.

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Current negotiations are between Barcelona and Suarez,

and reports indicate that the Catalan administration is opposed to the issue of the player’s departure free of charge

after learning of the news that he has reached an agreement with Atlético Madrid.

READ ALSO: After Juventus and Barcelona announced their exit from their accounts. What is Luis Suarez doing?


This delay in negotiations could cause the deal between Atlético Madrid and Suarez to fail,

especially since there are two strikers on the list of Rojiblancos:

Uruguayan Edinson Cavani, who is still free after his contract with Paris Saint-Germain expired last season, and Bosnian Eden Djiko, the As Roma striker.

If Suarez leaves during the summer (which is expected) this will put the end point of a six-year period with Barcelona,

and he will leave the big door, where he occupies third in the list of the club’s historical scorers with 198 goals,

behind Cesar Rodriguez (238 goals) and his friend Lionel Messi (634 goals).

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