Arsenal made a bid for his services earlier this week which was rejected, but Suarez hinted that he was pleased they had enquired.
“There are a few options and the club knows that,” Suárez told Sport 890. “Are there any concrete options? No, so far there hasn’t been any. There are two or three clubs who I think are willing and the club knows that.
“I have to value that – despite everything that’s happened, [English] clubs still value players for what they can do on the field,” he said. “That makes me think that I can come back and do well over there. It’s good that the English clubs still want me.”
Suarez did however laugh off questions about him joining Chelsea, leaving Arsenal and Real Madrid as front runners for his services.
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