After bringing Messi, Busquets, and Alba to Florida, David Beckham and Inter Miami were looking to add another ex-Barcelona player.
Suarez, a striker from Uruguay, is expected to stay in Brazil despite the apparent failure of trade talks for him.
The transaction won’t go through, according to Gremio head coach Renato Portaluppi.
“The soap opera is over; Luis will stay at Gremio until December.”
Rasmus Hojlund is up for grabs, and Paris Saint-Germain has entered the race to get him by putting in an offer to challenge Manchester United’s pursuit of the striker.
According to reports in France from L’Equipe, PSG has made a £42.9 million [€ 50 million] offer for the 20-year-old striker, and the Ligue 1 champions are unwilling to raise their offer.
This is less than the approximate £50 million offer from Manchester United [€50 million plus €10 million in add-ons], however it is rumored that PSG is making a larger salary offer to the young striker.
Hojlund only joined Atalanta last summer, paying £14.5 million. He scored nine goals in 32 Serie A games, and his deal with the Italian team runs through 2027.
Tottenham has offered Davinson Sanchez permission to join Spartak Moscow, but the Colombian defender is reportedly hesitant to sign with the Russian team.
Spartak made a $12.9 million offer for the center-back, who has struggled at the north London club, and talkSPORT understands that Spurs have accepted it.
With a price tag of up to £42 million, Sanchez moved in for a hefty sum. He joined from Ajax in 2017.
However, he was booed off the field following a loss to Bournemouth last season, when he was substituted in and then taken off again after a subpar performance.
The player has concerns about moving to Russia because of their continuing conflict with Ukraine, but Tottenham is willing to take a significant financial damage by selling him for less than they paid for him.
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