Lionel Messi has criticised FC Barcelona's 'crazy' decision to let Luis Suarez join LaLiga rivals Atletico Madrid for free.
Suarez was surprisingly deemed surplus to requirements when Ronald Koeman arrived at the club before the start of the 2020/2 season.
The Uruguayan striker has bagged seven goals in 10 games for Los Rojiblancos, who sit top of LaLiga with two games in hand.
Messi has finally broken his silence on the departure of his friend, which deemed an unbelievable decision by the club.
"What happened with Luis Suarez to Atleti (Atletico Madrid) was crazy!" he told La Sexta TV.
"He left for free, paying the remaining years of his contract, and he joined a team that fight for the same objectives as us. Unbelievable."
Messi's future is still a hot topic right now, but the Argentine has no plans to follow Suarez to Atletico or their city rivals Real Madrid.
"I'm not gonna join Real Madrid or Atlético Madrid. It's absolutely impossible," he said.
"I don't know if I'll leave Barça, I'll talk about it at the end of the season. I hope to be part of Barcelona as club also when I'll retire."