Barcelona star Luis Suarez has reportedly been told he has no future at the Nou Camp under Ronald Koeman.
The Spanish outfit are preparing for a mass rebuild after a humiliating Champions League exit at the hands of Bayern Munich earlier this month.
Icon Lionel Messi is said to be fuming with the current state of affairs at the Catalan outfit.
But it appears Suarez won't be given the opportunity to help the club return to the top, according to RAC journalist Gerard Romero.
He suggests after a phone call with new boss Koeman this morning, the 32-year-old has been told he will have his contract terminated this summer.
Reports suggest Barca will hold a meeting with Suarez's lawyers this afternoon to end his time at the club.
Talk has been rife of the striker's departure in the last week.
And the former Liverpool man hit out at reports, asking Barcelona to clarify his situation in public.
"There is talk of some names that the president gave, of changes that can be made, but nobody told me that they want to do without me," he said.
"If this is the desire of the club, it would be good if the person in charge who chooses speaks directly to me.
"Better so than filter if I am one of those who want them to leave. It remains to be seen.
"I also want the best for the club and my idea today is to continue, but if the club decides that I am expendable, I have no problem talking to those who decide."
He added: "Koeman? I haven't talked to him yet.
"As long as they count on me, I want to continue contributing as much as I can.
"I would accept a substitute role, as I accepted it throughout my career.
"The competition is always good and if the coach thinks I have to start from the bench, I have no problem helping the team with the role they give me. I can still contribute a lot to this club."
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