Barca Is Mandated By Law To Pay €14m To Cancel Suarez Contract
As table of restructuring continues to shake at Nou Camp, rumour has it that the Spanish giant is expected to pay the sum of €14 million to cancel Luis Suarez’s current contract as it stands now. Following the managerial reshuffle that was brought about by Bayern Munich’s 8-2 demolition in last season’s Champions League, new manager Ronald Koeman is taking steps that is disterblilizing the known unity of Barcelona. 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 trophyless season in 12 years.
Tactical Argentine, Lionel Messi could be the first out the door in the coming weeks, as the six-time Ballon d’Or winner has submitted a formal transfer request amid interest from Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City. Club’s striker, Luiz Suarez is contracted to remain at Camp Nou until next summer, but is open to an early exit after being deemed surplus to requirements. If the club’s management finally eventually decides to let the Uraguyan leave, the must pay him the sum of €14 million in compensation fee.