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Barcelona Will Have To Pay €14 Million To Get Rid Of Luis Suarez


Barcelona Will Have To Pay €14 Million To Get Rid Of Luis Suarez

By Mike Parrott

Barcelona will have to pay off the remainder of Luis Suarez's contract if they want to get rid of him. The total sum of this will come up to €14 million if so.

Barcelona fans must think they're living in a nightmare in this current transfer window.

With Lionel Messi handing in a transfer request on August 25th, and Luis Suarez set to leave as well, Barcelona will be losing two of their top three scorers in their club's history.


However, unlike the many suitors lining up to have a chance with Messi, it couldn't be any more different with Suarez. Barcelona will have to terminate his contract to rid themselves of the Uruguayan.

The Dutchman has already started making plans for his first year at the helm, with wholesale changes to the squad expected after the club's first trophy-less season in 12 years.

After being told by Barcelona manager Ronald Koeman over text that he wouldn't be in his plans next season, Suarez has been linked with the likes of Ajax and even Liverpool.


The problem is that the remainder of Suarez's contract tallies up to €14 million, an insane fee just to get rid of a player.

Suarez joined up with Barcelona from Liverpool back in 2014 for a fee of £74 million, and has since scored 198 goals in 283 appearances for the club.

What do you think of Barcelona's mess of a transfer window?


Let us know in the comments below.

Topics: Liverpool, Football News, Football, Barcelona, Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez, Ronald Koeman, La Liga

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