Barcelona is looking forward to selling the Luis Suarez this summer after he was told to he is not part of Ronald Koeman’s plan for next season. The Uruguay striker has been in talks with Juventus over a potential transfer. But the transfer talks have slowed down and Suarez is likely to remain in Barcelona.

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Suarez has been training away from Barcelona’s first team and Koeman to continues to freeze him out of training. Koeman benched Suarez in the preseason game against Gimnastic on Saturday. Recently, Barca is having talks with Suarez agents over the termination of his contract which remains a year before it expires next summer.

Regardless of his transfer saga with the dutchman, Suarez has commenced training with the club. And he is eager to remain a professional player till the end of his contract with Barcelona.

Reports Gotten from Dailymail said Suarez will be delighted if the coach changes his mind and makes a U-turn on the Uruguayan’s future. He is hoping to see all his potential options and has frozen the Juventus talks until his future is certain. Yet the professionalism has no impact on Ronald Koeman who made Suarez see his team win 3-1 against Gimnastic. Lionel Messi played in the match alongside Coutinho and Dembele who both scored the goals.

However, Luis Suarez talks with Juve is still ongoing but reports said a completed deal is still far from the table.

Though reports in Italy say it is a crucial few hours for the Uruguayan. Big teams such as Athletico Madrid and Juventus have had an interest in Suarez after it became clear that Koeman doesn’t his services

Alvaro Morata is likely to move to Juventus if the club finally signs Suarez from Barcelona. Suarez holds the record as the third-highest goalscorer in Barcelona’s history. Since he joined the club in 2014, Suarez has scored 198 goals in 283 matches for the club. The goals have contributed to the success of the club. It has seen Barca win 4 La Liga title, 4 Spanish cups, club world cup. His goals have also helped Barca win the UEFA Super Cups and the champions league.

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