Luis Suarez agrees to join Italian giants Juventus

With the summer transfer window being opened we've seen several European clubs announce the signing or departure of a player in their team now and then a majority of these club seeks to strengthen up their team for the upcoming 2020/21 campaign.

In the news today is Barcelona parting ways with players of their own as their prolific striker, Luis Suarez has reportedly agreed to sign a deal with Italian giants Juventus, this summer.

This will be seeing the Uruguayan striker, who has partnered up with Lionel Messi for several years, become teammates with Cristiano Ronaldo, this will see him be one of the few players that have played alongside two of this decade's greatest footballers.

Should a deal be officially completed, Suarez will be reuniting with his teammate Arthur Melo at the Old Lady. Arthur joined the Italian giants in a swap deal that saw Miralem Pjanic move to Camp Nou this summer. Ivan Rakitic also left the club this summer last week, following his move to Sevilla.

This was reported by Journalist Guillem Balague, who reports for BBC, claiming that the signing of the Uruguay international to the Italian club will by no means affect Lionel Messi's decision to either leave Camp Nou or not.

In the wake of Suarez being close to signing for Juventus, Corriere Dello Sport reported that Messi's father, Jorge, had asked Barcelona for the Uruguayan to remain at Camp Nou should they want his son to stay.

This, however, is not possible anymore as journalist Balague reported that Suarez, who is keen on parting ways, demands only one year on his current contract to be paid off as a severance payment instead of the two years remaining on his contract.

A complete move to Juventus will see Suarez replace Argentina international Gonzalo Higuain at the Old Lady. Higuain, this summer, has been linked with a move to MLS club Inter Miami. Playing on the super 6 will make football fans excited as they get to cash in on a player's potential transfer.

Suarez began his professional football career with the Uruguayan club Nacional, where he spent a campaign with the club lifting the Primera Division during the 2005/06 campaign before signing for Dutch giants Ajax in the summer of 2007 before his one season spent in Groningen.

He spent four seasons with the Dutch club lifting the Eredivisie and KNVB Cup. In his four campaigns with the club, he scored 111 goals created 68 assists in 159 appearances for the club in all competitions.

He eventually signed for English giants Liverpool, where he rose to prominence. He contributed 82 goals and 47 assists in 133 appearances in all competitions for the club. He lifted one trophy with the Merseysiders' club, the Football League Cup.

He eventually joined Spanish giants Barcelona during the summer transfer window of 2014. Registering 198 goals and 109 assists, the Suarez helped the Catalans lift four La Liga titles, four Copa del Rey, two Spanish Super Cup, one UEFA Champions League, one UEFA Super Cup, and one FIFA Club World Cup.

With Suarez's spell at the Camp Nou reportedly coming close to an end, we will be looking forward to his trophy haul in Italy, should a deal be eventually completed to Juventus.