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Denis Suarez is continually being linked to wear the Valencia shirt, but his arrival at Valencia is still not sure. Barcelona and 'Los Che' will have to reach an agreement and Valencia will be hoping it comes quickly.
Denis Suárez is a name that has been linked with Valencia for a number of weeks now, and his signing may be completed in the coming days. According to 'AS', Valencia's sporting director Mateu Alemany will travel to Barcelona this Monday to continue negotiations.
Denis Suarez has claimed he was less than half-fit for most of his disappointing loan spell at Arsenal and admits he still wants to leave Barcelona this summer.
Denis Suarez has recently come into the spotlight as a potential new player at Valencia for next season. The club have spoken to Barcelona and Marcelino made it clear in an interview that he is keen on bringing in the spaniard.
Rafinha and Denis Suárez have both suffered injury-ravaged seasons at Barcelona that could put their futures at the club in doubt, with a move to the Bundesliga being a possibility.
Denis Suarez's name has not gone off the Valencia radar, but 'Los Che' now know that they will really have to put a good offer in to sign the Barcelona man. According to 'AS', Barca have ruled out sending the player out on loan and they are now waiting for an offer from Valencia.
A groin injury has cut short Denis Suarez's season, with the on-loan Arsenal man undergoing treatment for the remainder of the campaign.
Premier League clubs are suddenly on high alert as Barcelona prepare for a supposed clear out this summer. The Spanish club want to generate £250m worth of funds to sign their main transfer targets, including Matthijs de Ligt and Luka Jovic.
Unai Emery has challenged Denis Suarez to finally make an impact as Arsenal bid to climb back into the Premier League's top four against Newcastle on Monday.
After the huge amount of rumours which speak about a return to Barcelona and his possible drop in form, Denis Suarez answered the English media with a short, but concise message on Twitter.