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Luis Suarez could leave Barcelona and return to his first major European club Ajax, with the Dutch side eyeing up a move for the striker.
Barcelona are likely to undergo some sort of a transformation this summer after they failed to defend the La Liga title and were embarrassed 8-2 by Bayern Munich last Friday in the Champions League.
Quique Setien has already lost his job and is expected to be replaced by Ronald Koeman, whilst there is talk that Lionel Messi is ready to walk away from the club this summer.
However Messi might not be the only striker to leave the Nou Camp, Uruguayan television channel Teledoce claim that Ajax are eyeing up a move for Suarez.
The Uruguayan striker is in the final year of his contract with the Catalan giants and at 33-years-old he is amongst the older players in the squad.
Barca want to bring down the average age of their squad, with Friday's starting line up averaging around 30-years-old, so letting the striker go would certainly make sense.
The former Liverpool front man played for three and a half seasons with the Eredivisie side, after arriving in the league with Gronigen, between 2007 and 2011, before getting his move to Anfield.
He scored 111 goals in 159 appearances for the side and it would be quite the coup for them to re-sign him, especially in the current climate.
Despite Barca probably being up for selling him, it's not like he's had a bad time of it at the Nou Camp, scoring 198 goals in 283 appearances, including 21 in 36 in all competitions this season.
With Antoine Griezmann and Antsu Fati already at the club, and having to fight for game time, the Catalan side arguably already have replacements at the club for Suarez.
Barca have also been linked with a big money move for Inter forward Lautaro Martinez, although the Argentina forward is likely to cost a lot of money.
It had previously been reported that six time Ballon d'Or winner Messi was ready to leave the club at the end of next season, but the humiliation against Bayern seems to have changed that.
The bookies have slashed odds on the 33-year-old linking back up with Pep Guardiola by joining his former boss at Manchester City.
However he is actually just one of five players that the club aren't willing to consider letting go, along with goalkeeper Marc-Andre ter Stegen, Frenkie de Jong, Riqui Puig and Fati.
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