Arsenal and Chelsea target Denis Suarez has admitted that his future in Spain is uncertain amid interests from the two Premier league teams, according to The Metro.
The 24-year-old midfielder is yet to make a single La Liga appearance this season and has featured only sparingly in the cup competitions this season as manager Ernesto Valverde seems not to rate the playmaker.
As a result, the club have reportedly informed the player that they are willing to sell him in January should the right offer come in. Some clubs are already monitoring the situation, waiting to pounce at the right time.
Suarez is keen to fight for his place in the squad, but he also understands that at his age he must consider his options.
Speaking to the media, he said: ‘I work to play and I’m not having minutes, if I do not play… we’ll see,’
‘I want to play, today I was able to enjoy and I felt good, comfortable, I want to play as much as possible.
‘Valverde said that today was a test for the less usual, we will see on Saturday if I have approved. ‘I am happy for the match, for the goals and for the people who play less. ‘I am also happy for those of La Masia that have made their debut, I know what is coming from below and I am very happy for them.’
Arsenal boss Unai Emery is reportedly a fan of the Spanish international after working with him during his loan spell at Sevilla.