Every time Barcelona sign a new striker, there are concerns if he can play with Lionel Messi.
It happened with Zlatan Ibrahimovic, it happened with David Villa, and now it is happening with Luis Suarez.
The Uruguayan will not be available for the Spanish giants until the start of November because of the four-month ban, but doubts have already been raised on whether he can play with Messi.
However, former Inter Milan striker Diego Milito believes that the 27-year-old can play with the Argentina international forward and has backed him to succeed at Barcelona.
‘Great players will always adapt to any club’, Goal.com quotes the 35-year-old as saying. ‘It doesn’t matter about their style.
'I don’t think Suarez will have any trouble in adapting, to help them recover the titles they lost last season. If they want to go on the winning road, it’s time for them to have a classic centre-forward as an alternative to their other strikers’.
Milito was the star of Inter’s treble-winning team of 2009-10 coached by current Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho. At 35, he may be past his best, but he was once the best striker in the world and knows all about playing with great players.
Suarez, who officially left Liverpool for Barcelona last week, will be able to form a lethal partnership with Messi and Neymar.
All three players are very mobile and have goals in them, and although they may need some time to adapt to each other, they will eventually come good.