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Barcelona Heat Increases After Luis Suarez Dramatic Exit To Atletico Madrid


Sept. 28, 2020

Heat increase at Camp Nou after allegations of the forceful and disrespectful transfer. Players are now gagging the Camp Nou board at the heart of Catalonia.
FC Barcelona boss Ronald Koeman now maintains that he never disrespected the clubs' former striker Luis Suarez as according to the players and fans. He, however, blamed the board for forcing him to leave the club for Atletico Madrid within 3 days.
He was the most prominent name at the club that but ordered to leave shortly after Ronald Koeman took over from Quique Setien in August.
The Uruguayan forward first attempted to join Juventus but couldn't because he was unable to obtain Italian citizenship.
Though Luis Suarez explained that he was unfit from to depart Barcelona and was set to see out his deal conclude in June 2021, the unbowed order pushed him to leave, the pressure proceeded to soar on him to find another club until he had to join on any open offer.
After six-years at FC Barcelona, Luis Suarez was kicked out in an unprecedented move of the club and disappointed but he had join rival club Atletico Madrid for an opportunity that could rise to £6 million.
From all hints, he was treated like he never scored 195 goals and provided 113 assists for Barcelona in 283 appearances that helped the club won trophies.
He was treated like he was not part of Barcelonas' crew that won 13 major titles including four La Liga titles and one UEFA Champions League in 6 years.
The way the former Uruguayan and a one-time La Liga golden boots winner was handled forced Barcelonas' fetish Lionel Messi to utter his displeasure over how the club disrespected his buddy.
According to Messi, Suarez was jolted out of the club and that nothing nabs him anymore.
But Ronald Koeman emphasised during the weekend that he only administered the plan that was already on the ground before he took over as the clubs' manager.
He also accentuated that he didn't only respect Suarez as a player but as a person as well.
The new manager, however, maintained that he was the bad guy in the movie.
On Lionel Messis' response over the departure of Suarez, Koeman said that it was normal for a player to be sad when a friend of his leaves the club after so many years together.
Suarez played the last 30 minutes on Sunday at Wanda Metropolitano and was able to get two goals with the team scooping six goals against Granada.
Suarez has arrival at Atletico Madrid ignited the team momentum. He signed a two-year deal at Atletico Madrid under Diego Simeone.
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