Lionel Messi hits out at Barcelona for ‘kicking’ Suarez out of the club

Messi & Suarez

Lionel Messi has blasted Barcelona for ‘kicking out’ Luis Suarez after the striker completed his transfer to Atletico Madrid.

And in a highly emotional post he put on Instagram, Messi conceded ‘nothing surprises me anymore’. The duo became best of friends during their time together at the club.

And when Barcelona new manager Ronald Koeman told Suarez he had no future at the club – this reportedly led to Messi sensationally submitting a transfer request.

He has since decided to stay with the Spanish giants for another campaign. Messi posted a couple of photos of the two of them together on social media, along with a post in Spanish.

Translated, it reads: “I was already getting the idea but today I entered the locker room and the news became real.

“How difficult it is going to be not to continue sharing the day to day with you, both on the pitch and outside.

“We will miss them so much. It was many years, many lunches, dinners… many things that will never be forgotten, every day together. “It will be strange to see you with another shirt and much more to face you.

“You deserved to be praised for what you are: one of the most important players in the club’s history, achieving important things both as a group and individually.

“And not to get kicked out like they did. But the truth is that at this point nothing surprises me.

“I wish you all the best in this new challenge. I love you very much, I love you very much. See you soon friend.”


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