AC Milan officially announced the departure of their Spain international Suso yesterday evening. The right winger will leave the club after five years having joined in January 2015 on a bosman deal from Liverpool. The winger will join Sevilla in the La Liga on an 18 month loan deal with an obligation to buy under certain circumstances. The circumstance is rumoured to be the Champions League qualification of the club. The buyout clause for the winger is reported to be about 20 million euros which would could as a pure capital gain for Milan when it is triggered.
CONFIRMED: Sevilla have signed Suso on loan from Milan until the end of the season pic.twitter.com/PlMhiVoXIE— Goal (@goal) January 29, 2020
The winger left the club yesterday and undertook his medicals after sitting on the bench in Milan's Coppa Italia victory over Torino in extra time. Suso has recently been replaced in the squad by Samu Castillejo on account of his dismal performances over the past two years. He only managed 1 goal and 2 assists in the first half of the season but his work rate is what left much to be desired. He lost the confidence of his manager and he lost the trust of the fans thus the move was predictable.