Suarez has scored 45 goals in 45 games.

Luis Suarez has 'psychological problems,' claims his ex-agent

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Luis Suarez scored his 44th and 45th goals of the season on Tuesday as Barcelona took another step towards an incredible double-treble.

The Catalan club are six points clear in the league, through to the final of the Copa del Rey and lead Atletico Madrid 2-1 after the first-leg of the Champions League quarter-final.

Suarez, a third of the incredible ‘MSN’ attacking trio alongside with Lionel Messi and Neymar, has now scored 45 goals in 45 matches as he continues to establish himself as the world’s best striker.


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But the former Liverpool striker was also caught in controversy on the pitch during the Champions League triumph. The 29-year-old could have been shown a red card on two separate occasions - first for wildly kicking out at Juanfran and then for shoving Filipe Luis in the face.

But off the pitch, the Uruguayan also seems to be embroiled in trouble.

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Earlier this week, in an interview with Montecarlo TV, Suarez claimed that his former agent, Daniel Fonseca, owed him 20% of the fee from his transfer from Nacional to Groningen.

The fee of that move was only £600K and it’s unlikely that Suarez is really too fussed about such a nominal fee.

Fonseca's attack

But, Fonseca has hit back in an incredible attack on the superstar.

"He's lying, because he is a child who shows that he has psychological problems, for sure, we know that," Fonseca told Radio 1010, per

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"That's why he is seeing a psychologist, but it's not giving him the effect he desired.

"He should change his psychologist, or see a psychiatrist instead.

"To count you need two fingers, because the kid does not know how to count,” Fonseca added.

Mysterious story

Fonseca, who played for both Roma and Juventus as well as getting 30 caps for Uruguay, also referred to a mysterious story surrounding Suarez many years ago.

A portrait of Daniel Fonseca of Roma

"The story goes because one blessed day three friends from the youth team called me, and said something uncomfortable is happening with Luis," the 46-year-old said.

"I had to tell something very uncomfortable to this kid, and to the day I die I will not say what it was. It was a very uncomfortable truth. He did not accept it, and it did not sit well with him."

Fonseca continued: "I would prefer to have friends who tell me the truth instead of lies. So with a few words, I want him to tell the truth and not to dirty me by saying I owe him $200,000. Scoundrel!


"If he has courage, he will say the uncomfortable thing I had to tell him. That's the real reason this unpresentable character does not have the courage to talk, and has hid these past six years,” he added.

Hmmm. All very strange. We’d love to know what that was all about.

We’re eagerly awaiting a reply from Suarez.

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