Luis Suarez says he has not forgot how Barcelona treated him ahead of their reunion in LaLiga on Saturday night.
Suarez was vital part of Barcelona's success in the past decade after bagging 195 goals in 283 appearances during his six years with the club.
The Catalans also won one UEFA Champions League and four LaLiga titles during that period, but he was no longer in the club's plans when Ronald Koeman took over.
The Uruguayans was made to train on his own before eventually securing a move to Atletico Madrid before the start of the 2020/2021 season where he won the league title.
"Yes [I believe in karma]," Suarez told TVE1.
"Karma, destiny, that they despise you, because I have not forgotten that last year in pre-season, [Barcelona] sent me to train on my own to make me angry, and I was a professional [despite that], as the coach said.
"I was a professional and I would train every day without pouting because that is what I have to do, because I am like that and fate will have its own end."
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