Luiz Suarez may be playing with Andrea Pirlo’s side for Juventus next season contemplating a move for the outcast from Barcelona.
The goal can confirm that after apparently showing the door at Camp Nou, Suarez was offered to the reigning Series A champions.
Juventus are on the lookout for another striker who recently announced Gonzalo Higuain’s departure with new manager Pirlo.
Suarez, now 33, has never previously played in Serie A and moved from Liverpool to Barcelona in 2014 having first turned heads when playing for Ajax in the Eredivisie.
Following Ronald Koeman’s appointment as the new manager of the Catalans, Suarez was left off the Dutchman’s list of names that were seen as vital to the club’s future with the forward quickly pleading for clarity from Josep Maria Bartomeu, president of the club.
“There’s talk of some names the president has provided, of changes that can be made, but no one has told me they want to do without me,” said Suarez in an interview with El Pais.