The hopes of Inter Miami to sign Luis Suárez this summer have been dashed as negotiations between the club and the Uruguayan footballer have collapsed. This news was shared through social media, putting an end to a transfer saga that has been going on for several weeks.
Messi and Suare reunion will not happen
Inter Miami, co-owned by soccer legend David Beckham, had reportedly been in talks with Suárez’s representatives with the aim of bringing the veteran striker to the United States for the upcoming Major League Soccer (MLS) season. However, despite initial optimism, the negotiations have now come to a standstill, with both parties unable to reach a mutually beneficial agreement.
Luis will stay at Gremio until December
Gremio coach Portaluppi confirmed that Suárez will be staying with his current team until December, ending the hopes of Inter Miami fans who had been eagerly anticipating the arrival of the prolific goal scorer. The failed deal is a blow to Inter Miami’s ambitions for the upcoming season, as Suárez has a wealth of experience and skill that could have greatly benefitted the team.
The collapse of the negotiations between Inter Miami and Suárez marks the end of a prolonged transfer saga that has been closely watched by fans of both parties. Despite the disappointment, both clubs will now be looking to move on and focus on their respective campaigns, with Inter Miami hoping to secure a successful season in the MLS, and Gremio aiming for success in the Brazilian Serie A.