Luis Suarez and Arturo Vidal want to punish Barcelona before leaving. They want to make the Blaugrana pay every penny.
Luis Suarez wants to punish Barcelona for pushing him out. According to Sky Sport Italia and Calciomercato.com, the Uruguay international is furious at being shoved aside by new coach Ronald Koeman, who told him to find a new club during a 90-second telephone conversation.
He still has a year left on his contract, with an option to extend by another season, so wants to make the Blaugrana pay every penny.
For Arturo Vidal, according to Gazzetta dello Sport, he wants the remaining months of his contract at the Camp Nou paid in full before he leaves.
The Italian outlet confirms Vidal’s agent has agreed terms on a deal with Inter. He’ll sign a two-year contract with the option of a third, assuming he is released on a free transfer by Barça.
Vidal’s departure is at an advanced stage but a complete agreement is still missing. Barça want the midfielder to give up the remaining 10 months on his deal whereas the player wants to be paid up in full, which is around €6m.
In addition, they mention the amount of bonuses Vidal agree to in his contract with Barça, which actually ended up in court. That would be another €2.4m.
Credit: Football Italia & Sport English