Suso is in Almeria on a season long loan. (Reuters)

Liverpool are reportedly trying to secure the future of Spanish youngster Suso, currently on loan at Almeria, by offering a new long term contract but the player is considering other options with a number of big European clubs interested in signing him.

The Spain Under 21 international enjoyed his breakthrough season on Merseyside last campaign, graduating from the club's youth ranks and making 20 impressive appearances in the first team under manager Brendan Rodgers.

However, after signing Luis Alberto from Sevilla and with Philippe Coutinho as Rodgers' first choice in his role, Liverpool decided to send Suso on loan to La Liga side Almeria to continue his development.

The Spaniard is proving to be a talent for the future in Spain, where he has scores two goals and grabbed 6 assist in just 18 La Liga games.

According to Spanish newspaper Marca, there are a number of clubs monitoring the player and Liverpool are desperately trying to avoid losing him by urging him to sign a new contract.

The report adds that Suso and his agent Jaume Serra were in Liverpool last Christmas to discuss the Spaniard's future but the player told the club's officials that he wants to wait until the summer before making a decision as he is considering other options.

Marca report that last summer Borussia Dormund approached the player and after his impressive campaign in La Liga there are a number of Italian, Spanish and English teams interested in him, aware that his current contract expires in 2015.

Rodgers is likely to have him back next season to strengthen his attacking options but reports in Spain claim that he may consider to leaving in order to gain more regular game time.