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Luis Suarez accused of having cheated on his Italian exam
Luis Suarez would have cheated on his exam to obtain Italian nationality and therefore facilitate his transfer to Juventus. © Provided by 90min Luis Suarez was accused of having cheated in his Italian exam The FC Barcelona striker who will not sign at Juventus is accused of having cheated in the exam taken to obtain the Italian nationality.
Supported by Lionel Messi after leaving FC Barcelona for Atlético Madrid, Luis Suarez responded to his former teammate. By the way, he again criticized the management of the Catalan club.At his FC Barcelona departure press conference, Luis Suarez nodded a certain irony when a journalist asked him if he had anything to be ashamed of during his cycle at Camp Nou. Suarez's response was: " Me? Or ... " with a nod of the head towards the president, Josep Maria Bartomeu, present at his side.
"Do not forget what I said to you: Keep enjoying and show that you are number 1. May 2,3,4 do not prevent your greatness for this club and for football. "
Departure confirmed for Suarez!
© Supplied by Sports.fr Despite a lackluster season, Luis Suarez still posted 22 goals and 14 assists in 38 matches. Shoved out by FC Barcelona officials, Luis Suarez is set to join Atlético Madrid in the end. The soap opera Luis Suarez seems to be coming to an end. While some imagined the Uruguayan staying at FC Barcelona , the former Red, pushed out by Ronald Koeman, is finally expected to leave Barca.
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" Don't forget what I told you: Continue to enjoy and show that you are number 1. That 2,3,4 does not prevent your greatness for this club and for football. "
Luis Suárez moves from Barcelona to Atlético Madrid
MADRID — Luis Suárez is staying in Spain after all. Barcelona said late Wednesday that it reached a deal with Atlético Madrid for the transfer of the Uruguay striker for 6 million euros ($7 million). Suárez was let go by Barcelona following six mostly successful seasons in which he won 13 titles with the Catalan club. He leaves as Barcelona’s third highest scorer ever with 198 goals, behind César Rodríguez (232) and Lionel Messi (634). The 33-year-old Suárez had to find a new club after being told by incoming Barcelona coach Ronald Koeman that he was not in his plans.
- News - Barça (@ActualiteBarca) ? Ref_src = twsrc ^ tfw"> September 25, 2020 On Instagram, Lionel Messi sent a message of support for Suarez, not forgetting to scratch the management: "You deserved to leave like the player that you are: one of the most important in the history of the club, who has achieved important things both for the collective and individually . And not get fired like they did. But the truth is that at this stage, nothing surprises me anymore ", commented the native of Rosario. Suarez wants to see Messi continue to demonstrate that he is the best Luis Suarez answered at number 10, tackling from same blow, once again, the leaders of Barça. " Do not forget what I told you: Continue to profit and show that you are number 1. That 2, 3, 4 people do not prevent your greatness for this club and for football ", commented the new striker of Atlético Madrid.
'Not the bad guy': Koeman hits back on Suárez exit at Barca .
BARCELONA, Spain — Barcelona coach Ronald Koeman is not worried about Lionel Messi’s commitment to the team despite his ongoing conflicts with the club leadership. Koeman said Saturday that he cared about Messi’s proven efforts on the field — and not his criticisms of the board for stopping him from leaving Barcelona while pushing out teammate and friend Luis Suárez. “It is normal that a player is sad when a friend leaves,” Koeman said in a conciliatory tone toward Messi, a day after the star forward went to social media to complain that Barcelona’s board had not given Suárez the exit he “deserved.” “But the most important thing for me is how Leo has trained.