Luis Suarez admits Barcelona need to supplant him – and he knows precisely why

 

 

Luis Suarez concedes Barcelona need to supplant him

 

There will be huge changes at Barcelona in the coming months.

Reports say Ousmane Dembele has put Premier League trio Liverpool , Arsenal and Chelsea on red alert after being told to find a new club by Barcelona .

The France World Cup winner had been dumped despite Lionel Messi’s damage since he swung up to a group meeting 25 minutes late.

On top of that another import from France, Brazilian Malcom also hasn’t hit the mark at the Nou Camp and could be en route.

 

So who’s next?

 

All things considered, Luis Suarez, on the off chance that you tune in to Luis Suarez.

The Uruguayan is nothing if not legitimate. Despite scoring a hat-trick in El Classico he did not hold back when gotten some information about his future.

« That Barcelona are searching for a nine… it’s normal. I’m already 31 years old,” he told Uruguayan radio station Sport890.

So who could Barcelona get to replace him?

There have been extensive reports linking old boy Neymar Jr with a return to the Nou Camp. In any case, he may have cut off his ties with his caustic move to Paris Saint-Germain.

 

 

And of course there’s Antoine Griezmann. A proper number nine- despite the fact that he again snubbed his since quite a while ago foreseen move to the Nou Camp and choosing to remain at Atletico.

Be that as it may, back to Suarez, the frontman had more to say in regards to his time in La Liga.

 

 

He trusts that VAR is removing something crucial from strikers – the unadulterated delight of scoring a goal.

“You lose a spark,” he said in the same interview.

« At even the slightest doubt defenders raise their hands and the forward doesn’t celebrate because of possible doubts. Afterward in the event that they give you the objective as legitimate, you don’t do it any longer.

« The adrenaline of praising an objective is perfect, and VAR takes those seemingly insignificant details away. »

He included: “We have to get used to not arguing so much with the refs, not arguing against them, since that is the reason we have VAR. Without talk. »

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