Details of the deal are yet unknown, although it has been reported that the Rojiblancos will have to pay a transfer fee for the Uruguayan who previously was expected to terminate the remainder of his Barca contract to find a new club.
🚨⚽️ ÚLTIMA HORA— El Larguero (@ellarguero) September 22, 2020
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💥 Barça y Atlético de Madrid llegan a un acuerdo para el traspaso de Luis Suárez, según el Barça
‼️ El uruguayo NO se irá gratis, siempre según el club pic.twitter.com/8FmBe2L56g
While Barca have been eager to find a suitor for the 33-year-old, who had been told he is not part of new coach Ronald Koeman's plan, board members at the Catalan club were initially reluctant to let him join a direct LaLiga rival.
Suarez was poised to join Juventus, and even traveled to Italy last week for a test in the native language to gain Italian citizenship ahead of a move.
However, the Serie A champions have since backed off, and are instead turning their attention to Alvaro Morata.