Striker Luis Suárez, who has been in the ranks of FC Barcelona for six years, is leaving the Catalan giant.

On Monday, the Spanish newspaper Marca said an experienced Uruguayan striker and Barcelona club management have reached an agreement on the resignation of the roads.

In addition to many Spanish media outlets, including the BBC, it has been reported that the new club for the 33-year-old striker is Atletico Madrid.

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On Wednesday, Suárez traveled to the Blaugrana training center - according to Spanish sources for the last time.

    In a video posted on the Twitter page of the El Golazo de GOL program, Suárez at the wheel of a car flashes to those present and seems to wipe tears from his face.

    RAC1 channel reporter Gerard Romero reported on Twitter that Suarez said goodbye on Wednesday to his teammates at the training center.

    The Suárez agreement with Barcelona would have covered the period still to begin.

    As early as August, however, Spanish sources said the team’s new head coach, Ronald Koeman, had informed Suárez that this was not part of his plans.

    Since then, rumors of Uruguay have been taken to the ranks of Juventus, among others.

    Suárez has even applied for Italian citizenship to facilitate a possible transfer to the Turin club, but now the beak is pointing towards Madrid.

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    Romero says the Suárez agreement will probably be officially terminated today.

    The transfer to Atletico Madrid will be announced tomorrow, according to the reporter.

    According to the BBC, Suárez will have to settle for half the salary in Madrid than in Barcelona.

    In Barcelona, ​​the man’s annual income was 30 million, so there will continue to be no shortage of small money for Uruguayans.

    During the six seasons spent in Barcelona, ​​Suárez scored at least 27 goals in La Liga each season.

    In the best season of 2015-2016, 35 goals were scored in the league. The Uruguayan was allowed to celebrate one Champions League victory, four Spanish League championships and four Spanish Cup victories in Barcelona.