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Barcelona have agreed to let striker Luis Suarez join La Liga rivals Atletico Madrid.
Suarez is not wanted at Barca and the Catalans were happy to release him for free, providing he did not join certain other top clubs.
The Uruguayan agreed terms on a reduced salary with Atletico after a move to Juventus fell through because of passport issues.
Barcelona chairman Josep Maria Bartomeu then blocked the deal because he did not wish to sell to a Spanish rival.
But, after meeting with Suarez's representatives, the Catalan club have backed down, with the striker threatening to air his grievances to the media.
Atletico will have to pay a nominal fee of no more than 4m euros for the 33-year-old, which will be based on variables such as Champions League qualification.
Suarez will earn half of the 30m euros a year he was on at Barca at Atletico.
The move ends Suarez's six-year career with Barca, during which he scored 198 goals in 283 appearances and formed one third of a feared front three with Lionel Messi and Neymar.
Meanwhile Juventus have completed a loan deal with Atletico Madrid to bring striker Alvaro Morata back to the club.
Juve will pay the La Liga side 10m euros (£9.2m) for each season they have Morata on loan.
Juventus have the option to buy Morata at the end of this season for about £41m, or after a second campaign on loan for about £32m.
He previously played for Juve between 2014 and 2016, helping them to win two Serie A titles.
The Spaniard has since had permanent spells with Real Madrid and Chelsea, before he initially joined Atletico on an 18-month loan deal.