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AC Milan's Management Frustrated With Spanish Winger; Possible January Sale Could Be On

It's time to seriously discuss the sale of Suso.

Suso of Ac Milan during the Serie A match between Ac... Photo by Marco Canoniero/LightRocket via Getty Images

It's time to seriously consider the sale of Suso. Calcio Mercato are reporting that the AC Milan management are seriously considering the possibility of selling Suso in January to balance the books and to open up the possibility for reinforcements. Suso has been the most polarising player on Milan's roster for the 'banter’ era as half of the fan base see him as world class player who has lifted Milan while the other half see him as an inconsistent bumbling buffoon. Suso is constantly fighting internally to be the hero or the villain and no one jumps the line more than he does.

This season, Suso has gotten off to a rough start making very little impact in the opening eight games and possibly costing Milan dear points in the process. #SusoOut was trending in Italy yesterday for the Spain international’s dismal performance against Lecce and his poor defensive contribution that allowed the 90th minute equaliser to happen. The attacker has been very inconsistent in past seasons but Milan lacked other players with creative qualities however the past two seasons have changed the expectations at the club. Less and less fans are willing to make excuses for the Spaniard and his inability to impress at all.

There are a number of teams that would snap up the right winger as he currently has a €38 million release clause and this seems to be the right time to pull the trigger and cash in while we still can. Suso represents a full plusvalenza as he was acquired on a bosman. Milan are in need for reinforcements and need to sell to satisfy FFP regulations for the coming season. Suso has hit his ceiling with Milan and represents a fear to move on but it is time to cut the cord and move onto better things. Sempre Milan list Fiorentina, Sevilla, West Ham United and Wolves as his potential suitors.