If the club agrees with Sevilla of reducing the time of loan, it will be considered as a new transfer
The name of Denis Suárez has disappeared from the table as a possible incorporation of Barça this summer. The Galician player, which is owned by Barça and is on loan to Sevilla, looked as a good option to fill the hole left by Xavi's exit in midfield zone.
Because the team that has the property of the player is Barcelona and Sevilla's loan was made before the ratification of the FIFA sanction that prevents new players joined the club, the name of Suárez appeared, seemingly, perfect to join the team this summer.
However, as the pact between Barcelona and Sevilla was initially for a 2 seasons loan, alter this agreement (at the criteria of FIFA that has advanced our colleague Jordi Borda) would be a new transfer. It's a new agreement made between the 2 teams. So it couldn't be effective until the sanction of the FIFA expires. That is, during the next winter market. Thus, it's sure that Denis Suárez will still be a year more to the orders of Unai Emery.