Barcelona jerseys with Suarez name already out

Amy Lopez
Luis Suarez apologizes for biting incident
After a week of denying it, the Uruguayan striker admitted to biting Giorgio Chiellini and apologized for the act.

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Luis Suarez might not have officially signed the papers to represent Barcelona yet but that hasn't stopped the big Spanish club from releasing jerseys already bearing the Uruguayan's name.

New photos have been leaked and gone viral of a sporting goods store apparently selling jerseys with the name Suarez on the back.

There have been multiple rumors tying Suarez with a possible move from Liverpool to Barcelona, and the fact that the club praised the player for apologizing for biting Giorgio Chiellini during the group stage match between Uruguay and Italy showed more evidence of a possible move.

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But even if Suarez is successfully transferred to Barcelona, fans will most likely be wearing the Barca jersey before he does, considering he still has to complete his four-month ban that forbids him from participating in any soccer-related activity.

Until then, Suarez and the rest of his hopeful followers will need to spend time preparing for the day he can step on a field once again (and ensure he saves his appetite for after the game).