The 22-year-old playmaker has impressed for the Spanish outfit this past season, netting four goals and bagging four assists in 34 Primera Division appearances, but setting up another nine goals in the Europa League has seen his stock rise somewhat.
Signed from Barcelona last summer, Suarez, like so many who leave Camp Nou, has a buy-back clause in his contract which means the Catalans could potentially re-sign him for as little as £2.2 million.
That being said, the Spaniard would barely get a look-in by virtue of the fact that the Blaugrana boast perhaps the most formidable attack in world football and, according to Mundo Deportivo, he has no interest in being a bench warmer.
The Spanish report goes to claim that Arsenal and Tottenham have already made 'proposals' to the player, guaranteeing him first-team football in North London next term.
The versatile winger could certainly feel confident about his chances of regular football for either the Gunners or Tottenham, both of whom will be hoping to strengthen their wide options this summer.
It is open season on Arsenal's right wing, with the futures of Theo Walcott and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain far from certain, while the likes of Erik Lamela, Nacer Chadli and Son Heung-min will not be guaranteed first-team spots out wide for Tottenham next term.