Watford have set a price for the sale of striker Luis Suárez, according to reports from the Spanish media today.
Outlet El Periodico Mediterranio writes that the Hornets will demand at least €15m to let the player go this summer, and this amount is ‘non negotiable’.
There are three Spanish clubs who are said to be interested in the in the 22-year-old. The main ones are Villareal, who’ve followed the player for the whole season.
Despite their approach, they’re yet to make an offer for the signing, especially because this price is considered to be too much at this stage.
Other La Liga sides such as Real Betis and Real Sociedad are also said to be interested in Suárez, although there’s not a lot of information on their pursuit.
Suárez scored 19 goals during his loan at Real Zaragoza this season, leading the team to the playoffs for a spot in the first division.
However, Watford demanded him to leave the club at the end of the loan contract, and he’ll not be able to play the decisive games in the coming weeks.