With the two sides at an impasse over the player's contract, some Barcelona officials are considering banishing Suarez to the stands this season if the dispute isn't resolved, according to Sam Marsden and Moises Llorens of ESPN FC.
Barcelona are ready to move on from the Uruguayan striker despite his tremendously successful career at the club, with new manager Ronald Koeman reportedly excluding Suarez from the team's training sessions as it prepares for the new season.
However, Suarez won't leave without being immediately paid the remainder of his €25-million salary, Marsden and Llorens add.
Barcelona prefer to sell Suarez - who has one year remaining on his contract - for a fraction of his value rather than meet the 33-year-old's demands. Ultimately, Koeman is expected to have the final say over the player's future at the club.
Juventus appear to be the most interested in signing the forward, but there are several obstacles, including the contract dispute, before a move to Italy can be completed.
A potential deal could be similar to the agreement Barcelona had with Sevilla when they sold Ivan Rakitic for an initial fee of €1.5 million.
Suarez is third on Barcelona's all-time scoring list with 198 goals. He arrived at the Camp Nou from Liverpool in 2014.