The cable will make a straight shot to the arm as it stands, the arm will just be too close to the sprocket.
IMHO, the clutch push rod should be longer, the spacers for the actuation arm should also be longer, and the cable guide on the front cover should be 1/2" further to the left as you are sitting on the bike. Failing that we can get by with a cable guide that is bent away from the sprocket along with the longer push rod and spacers.
BTW the push rod is a dumb design, Suzuki insists on that retarded idea. Its almost like, break a chain and ruin all your clutch components
even if you don't damage much else (if you were lucky). If the clutch is on the right, why the bloody hell would you actuate it from the clear opposite side. Might as well find the fool that designed it and the Idiots that are continuing it, and start a root canal on them all through their a$$.