Luis Suárez, on the other hand, will leave Spain, after six seasons spreading gunpowder
Luis Suárez, on the other hand, will leave Spain, after six seasons spreading gunpowder at Barça and Atlético. El Pistolero is looking for a new challenge while preparing for the World Cup in Qatar and, although his initial intention was to continue in Europe, River Plate is the best positioned to incorporate him into their ranks. Rocambolesca is the situation of Dembélé. The French winger, who got off the hook months ago with salary demands that collided with the harsh financial reality of Barça. Chelsea, PSG and Bayern remain on hold. Outside the Spanish League, the cases of Pogba and Dybala draw attention. In 2016, Manchester United paid 105 million euros to Juve, who could get him back without a transfer, while releasing the Argentine.