Juventus are reportedly getting impatient with Luis Suarez, who has yet to reach an agreement with Barcelona and could end up staying at Camp Nou.
There are many complications to overcome before the Uruguayan can move to the Allianz Stadium and coach Andrea Pirlo reiterated that he would like to have an attacker available ‘as soon as possible’ after the 5-0 win against Novara today.
Il Corriere dello Sport underlines that the Blaugrana coach Ronald Koeman has made plans without the 33-year-old, but fears he will force his stay.
Suarez is under a contract until June next year and has an automatic renewal for a further season if he ends up playing 60 per cent or more of the matches in 2020-21.
The Dutch coach did not include Suarez in the squad for the latest friendly match but Mundo Deportivo claims the former Liverpool player will not leave the club without a severance pay.
The two parties are both hoping to terminate the contract and part ways, but the Spanish newspaper reveals Suarez asks for the full salary for the upcoming season to terminate his deal one year early.
As Arek Milik has reportedly reached an agreement with Roma and could be on his way from Napoli to the Giallorossi, Edin Dzeko might be allowed to leave the Italian capital this summer and has been linked with the Bianconeri in recent weeks.
Juventus are, according to Il Corriere dello Sport, starting to lose their patience with Suarez, who must solve an issue with the Italian passport too.
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