Neymar “will consistently be welcome” back at Barcelona, the Spanish monsters’ striker Luis Suarez told Mundo Deportivo on Wednesday. Neymar left Barca in a world record move to Paris Saint-Germain in 2017 yet has been diligently connected to a potential come back to the Camp Nou. Suarez told the paper: “Everyone knows ‘Ney’, we as a whole know the love we have for him in the changing area. “His capacity is undeniable he despite everything has such a great amount to appear. He will consistently be invited in the evolving room, we value him a great deal.
Suarez, 33, recuperating from right knee medical procedure, said it was “confounded” to discuss players joining Barca during this season of emergency with the coronavirus pandemic. “Be that as it may, I can discuss players, and these are tremendous players,” he remarked when asked by the paper to talk about the bits of gossip connecting the 28-year-old Neymar with a Barca return. The Uruguayan likewise had warm words for Inter Milan’s Lautaro Martinez, the 22-year-old Argentine whose name additionally been related with a transition to Catalonia. “Lautaro is a player who is advancing in Italy, he is an adaptable focus forward, with marvelous moves and that shows what an incredible a striker he is.” Questioned about how any possible new signings would fit in Suarez stated: “There will consistently be a sound competition among us, and keeping in mind that we are completely centered around a similar target, that is winning, any players who come in to enable the group to accomplish its points will consistently be welcome.” He at that point went to a week ago’s arrangement with the club to cut players’ wages by 70%, with Barca commander Lionel Messi blaming the club for undermining the crew during dealings. “There were a few things that were said that were bogus, similar to that the players would not like to see their pay rates diminished, that some were against it. “That they (club the executives) were stating that without being a piece of the crew was irritating. It irritated all the players.” Suarez stressed all the players were joined from the beginning in needing to help the club however much as could reasonably be expected. “The arrangement was deferred on the grounds that it is difficult to deny the compensation of 22-23 players. “It was turned out between the club and the players’ legal counselors, yet it was difficult to do.”