Although Barcelona striker Luis Suarez passed his Italian exam in Perugia on Thursday morning, it looks as though Juventus are no longer interested in landing the Uruguayan.
Recent reports suggested the Bianconeri were keen to land the 33-year-old on a free transfer, as it’s believed he’s on his way out from the Camp Nou.
However Suarez would need an Italian passport to complete the move as they’ve already filled their quota of non-EU players after signing Weston McKennie from Schalke.
The striker, who’s wife has Italian ancestors, passed his B1 Italian language test that took an hour to complete and encompassed both oral and written questions.
However it looks as though the test won’t bring him closer to joining Juventus as the Bianconeri look set to land Edin Dzeko after Arkadiusz Milik agreed to join Roma.
Although the Old Lady appear to no longer be interested in signing Suarez, the test wasn’t a complete waste of time as having an EU passport does open the door for other potential moves.