Barcelona superstar reconsiders his future amidst the rumours
Luis Suarez’s future at Barcelona has been highly uncertain since the appointment of Ronald Koeman. The Dutch manager simply has no plans of working with Suarez for the 2020/21 season and with one year left on his contract, the club is willing to cash in on the striker.
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The last few weeks have seen the media report that Luis Suarez has agreed to personal terms with Juventus. The Bianconeri’s manager, Andrea Pirlo, has confirmed that Gonzalo Higuain will not feature under him and it seems like Suarez was the one to replace the former Real Madrid striker after the Milik deal failed to materialise.
Since the former Liverpool striker is 33-years-old and is in the twilight years of his career. It is reported by El Desmarque, that Luis Suarez has decided to reconsider his options and wants to evaluate all current offers before signing a deal.
This technically means that the move to Juventus as of now is called off as the player prefers to go over his options.
Juventus are not the only club that has shown interest so far
Juventus, Atletico Madrid, and Ajax Amsterdam are the three top European clubs that have shown interest in signing Suarez. David Beckham’s Inter Miami from the MLS and a club from the Middle East have shown interest as well
However, given the fact that Suarez still has a season or two under his belt to perform in the top leagues. The South American forward would prefer to sign for a top European club rather than bowing out his career at the MLS or an Asian league.
Do you believe that Luis Suarez should be given a chance under Ronald Koeman? Or should Barca cash in on the player this season as his contract runs out next summer in 2021?