“I hope to help the team and in case of scoring a goal, I won’t celebrate, no, no. I have a lot of respect and love for Barca,” Luis Suarez has told Diario Sport.
Last season, the Uruguayan said that he would ‘point somewhere’ if he scored against Barcelona, hinting at getting back at Josep Maria Bartomeu and Ronald Koeman. The player didn’t manage to find the net against his former club last term.
It’s worth a mention that Koeman’s assistant coach Alfred Schreuder will be in charge of Blaugrana on Saturday due to the Dutchman’s red-card suspension.