After Watford’s relegation to the Championship, you’re likely to hear numerous rumours about the future of their players.
Reports have already indicated that the Hornets will oversee an overhaul and get rid of numerous players, with the Pozzo family determined to focus on youth instead.
Thus, the speculation will be plentiful, and one player who you’ll definitely hear about is striker Luis Suárez.
The Colombian has spent the season on loan at Real Zaragoza and impressed, scoring 19 goals in all competitions and earning himself plenty of praise, and attention, around Europe.
There’s been months and months of speculation about his future as a result, with clubs in Spain and Italy competing for him and Watford seemingly trying to figure out what to do.
Sport Aragon cover the situation today and state that the player’s future is ‘increasingly in the air’ after Watford’s relegation.
Them dropping down a division has increased the chances of Suárez leaving Vicarage Road this summer and, while it’s not yet clear where he’ll go, Real Zaragoza remain an option.
If they are promoted to La Liga, one of Suarez’s options would be to stay at his current club for a second loan spell.
His situation at Watford is ‘complicated’ at present. He has two years left on his current deal, and they have offered him a new one, but that is ‘paralysed’.
If he refuses to sign that deal, his departure will be ‘immediate’, on either loan or in a permanent deal, and he has ‘no shortage of offers’.
Watford will only sell for €15m, which is a price that Napoli and Lazio, and even a club in Turkey have already offered for him.
Suárez, for his part, is keen to play in the top flight in Spain or Italy, which indicates he will look to Vicarage Road at some point this summer.