Watford striker Luis Suárez has at least ten La Liga teams interested in his signature but is unlikely to move in January.
Suárez joined Watford from Leones in 2017 but has spent the last two seasons out on loan at Valladolid B and Gimnàstic.
This season he has returned to Spain with Real Zaragoza, agreeing to a season-long loan deal in the summer transfer window.
He has impressed with the LaLiga 2 side, scoring 13 goals in 20 games so far this season to sit second in the goalscoring charts.
That form has attracted plenty of interest from La Liga, with Marca reporting that at least ten teams have asked Watford about the striker.
Several of those teams have also asked the Hornets about a potential move in January, although that is ‘unfeasible’ because of the agreement with Real Zaragoza.
A move next month could only happen if Zaragoza agreed to it, which is unlikely as they have no intention of letting him go.
Instead, Suárez will have to wait until next summer, when another departure from Watford seems likely with numerous sides waiting.