Watford striker Luis Suárez has completed a permanent move to join La Liga side Granada.
The 22-year-old striker was signed by the Hornets in 2017 and has since spent three loan spells in Spain with Real Valladolid B, Gimnàstic and finally Real Zaragoza, where he scored 19 goals in 38 Segunda División games last season.
The Hornets wanted to make him an important member of their squad after such prolific last season. However, the striker did not wish to stay at Vicarage Road and has returned to the club where he spent the 2016-17 season on loan.
When asked about Suarez at his press conference yesterday, head coach Vladimir Ivic said he did not want the striker to be with his team if he had no desire to play for the club.
"He's decided to work alone, he's decided to not be available for the games and to be honest I don't want a player to work with me who doesn't want to play," he said.
The deal is expected to be worth more than £10million.
It is believed that a sell-on fee has been agreed that would see Watford claim a percentage of any profit made on the player, should he be sold in the next five years.