If you’ve followed Sport Witness’ coverage on Watford, we have regularly been bringing you updates from Europe and South America about interest shown by various clubs in Luis Suárez.
The Hornets allowed the striker to join Real Zaragoza on a loan deal and he’s impressed in the Segunda División, scoring 17 goals and managing three assists in 29 matches.
Three days ago, the 22-year-old’s agent admitted it’s “too early to talk about” the Watford owned player’s future.
Gol Caracol in Colombia interviewed AS reporter Javier Marín, who has provided an update on Suárez’s future.
Marín stated ‘many clubs have asked about’ the frontman. He also adds Watford’s stance could result in the Colombian continuing at Zaragoza next season, if they make it to La Liga.
The journalist claims Nigel Pearson’s side are demanding a ‘lot of money’, around €50m, for Suárez and he believes no club will pay that fee due to the global health crisis.
Therefore, there’s a possibility he will renew his contract at Vicarage Road and go out on another loan spell. Zaragoza’s chances of taking Suárez on another loan spell would only be possible if they are promoted to the top flight.