​Barcelona will allow Denis Suarez to leave the club in January, with a whole host of Premier League outfits reportedly lining up to sign the 24-year-old.


It had appeared that the midfielder was set to stay in Catalonia, following the injury to Rafinha, but boss Ernesto Valverde does not see Suarez as having a future at the club and has told the player he is allowed to seek a move abroad.


Mundo Deportivo reports, via the ​Daily Star, that the news has put ​Premier League sides on red alert, with a flurry of offers from a number of clubs leaving Suarez with decisions to make the January window.

FC Barcelona v Cultural Leonesa - Copa del Rey - Fourth Round

The likes of ​Arsenal, who recently lost Henrikh Mkhitaryan to a broken metatarsal, have been touted as a potential way-out for the midfielder, with Barcelona looking to accrue somewhere north of €10m with London rivals ​Chelsea touted as interested as well.


Furthermore, a separate report from ​Sport claims that there are other Premier League sides, who are looking to secure the Spaniard's signature. ​West Ham, who are in need of reinforcements due to their growing injury list, are named, while ​Watford are also reportedly keen.


Marco Silva's ​Everton too are said to be eager to sign the former Manchester City youngster, presenting the player with plenty to think about. 

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While able to operate anywhere across the midfield, Suarez's performances for Villarreal tempted ​Barcelona to activate the player's buy-back clause and bring the player back to Camp Nou in 2016.


However, he has failed to nail down a starting berth under Valverde, featuring only six times in all competitions this campaign and scoring twice in the Copa Del Rey.