The Hammers have been surprisingly linked with a move for Suarez, who is a free agent this summer, but Romano insists he has not heard any confirmation of these transfer rumours.
The Uruguay international will surely have a few offers this summer, even if he’s now 35 years of age and no longer at his peak, with West Ham sure to benefit from bringing in a big-name, proven goal-scorer like him.
Fans of the east London giants could do well to calm their expectations for now, however, even though Romano admits that with a free agent things can change quickly.
“So far, I have no confirmation on a West Ham proposal for Luis Suarez but with free agents things can change in a few hours,” Romano said.
“For now, the club is busy with the Armando Broja deal, but are waiting for a response from Chelsea. They also haven’t ruled out a move for Sassuolo striker Gianluca Scamacca.
“Suarez still has many proposals from South America, including Nacional, but he continues to give priority to Europe. He left Atletico Madrid on a free this summer, but I think he still has something to offer at this level.”