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Suarez would be a great signing for Barcelona, says Deulofeu
The 20-year-old believes the Liverpool striker is one of the best in the world and is looking forward to the new season after his loan spell at Everton [Read More]
 
Blatter applauds Suarez apology
The Fifa president is glad to see the striker has accepted responsibility for his actions and is looking forward to seeing him back on the field at the end of his suspension [Read More]
 
Liverpool should sell Suarez to Barcelona, say Goal readers
The Premier League club will not allow the striker to leave for less than his release clause but voters in our poll insist that the Uruguay international needs to be offloaded [Read More]
 
Suarez ban 'barbaric', blasts Conmebol president
Eugenio Figueredo confirmed the Liverpool star will miss next year's Copa America but says he is battling to see the suspension reduced [Read More]
 
Liverpool to stand firm on Suarez terms as Barcelona officials fly in for transfer talks
The Reds will stand their ground for a second consecutive summer as the Catalan side pursues the striker, with the two clubs rumoured to be holding talks in London on Wednesday [Read More]
 
Fifa disciplinary committee must now be consistent in wake of Suarez suspension
The hysterical reaction to the forward's four-month ban is understandable, given Pepe's previous misdemeanours were not considered when he was sanctioned [Read More]
 
Liverpool should keep Suarez, says Comolli
The former Anfield director of football, who was at the club when the striker signed in January 2011, expects Europe's biggest sides to use his bite ban as a bargaining tool [Read More]
 
Mourinho insists Suarez deserves ban
The Chelsea manager believes the length of the suspension is correct but feels the Liverpool striker should still be able to attend matches during his four months out [Read More]
 
Suarez ban is an act of barbarity, says Lugano
The Uruguay centre-back believes the striker's ban breaches his human rights and claims that "not even a criminal would receive this penalty" [Read More]
 
Suarez row did not distract Uruguay, insists Tabarez
In the absence of their star striker Uruguay crashed out of the World Cup to a James Rodriguez-inspired Colombia, but their coach insists the row did not drain them [Read More]
 

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