Luis Suárez has never featured for Watford since joining them from Colombian side Leones in 2017 and has spent the last three seasons away on loan.
Last summer, he joined Real Zaragoza on a temporary deal and his goalscoring record [17 goals in 29 matches] this season has caught the attention of clubs in Spain and Italy.
Over the last month or so, there have been multiple reports linking him to sides from the top division of the two countries.
The 22-year-old’s loan deal with the Segunda División side will expire after this season and they are one of the clubs interested in signing the Colombian.
El Periódico de Aragón have gathered comments made by the striker regarding the possibility of extending his stay at Zaragoza.
“I am very happy here, at the city, club and everything. At the end of the season it will be seen what will be done for the future,” Suárez said.
“We hope to resolve the loan issue soon and see what will happen. I keep saying that I would like to end the season here and then see what will be done regarding the future.”
Although there’s interest from various clubs in the South American, his immediate focus is to help Zaragoza achieve promotion to La Liga.
“The truth is that I am very happy, not only me, but the entire squad, to be in the team again and everything that goes with it. We feel that we are closer to competing again and that motivates us a lot,” the Hornets owned player explained.
“The season has been very good at an individual level, but I am left with the group, with the team at the top and fighting for promotion.”