Watford are planning to bring striker Luis Suárez back to the club next season after his impressive performances for Real Zaragoza this season.
The 22-year-old joined the Spanish side on loan in the summer and has proven to be a massive success, with 16 goals in all competitions thus far.
His form has attracted plenty of interest in Spain, with several reports stating that clubs in La Liga were keen to sign him next season.
It seems, though, they will face frustration, with El Periódico de Aragón reporting that Watford are planning to bring Suárez back to Vicarage Road.
The newspaper says they have already told the player that he will play for them next season after spending four years out on loan and they have already started talks to both improve and extend his current contract.
Suárez currently earns around €300,000 per season, around €6,000-a-week, but the ‘economic improvement’ in his new deal would be ‘considerable’.
The only way his potential return could be ‘jeopardised’ is if Watford were to be relegated because Suárez is not ‘very keen’ on playing in the Championship. Should he depart, it would be on a permanent deal, and his suitors ‘are not lacking’.
However, ultimately the final decision will be Watford’s and they are keen to bring him back after watching his development this year.