Sevilla has officially announced the permanent transfer of Jesus Suso from AC Milan. The right winger joined the Spanish club on loan in January.
As had already reported by acmilaninfo.com, Sevilla have announced the permanent signing of Jesus Suso from AC Milan. A few minutes ago the Spanish club communicated the transfer of the Spanish winger with a tweet on its official profile. Suso will sign a 5-year contract with his new club. He leaves Italy permanently after five and a half seasons.
Suso joined Sevilla on loan for two season last January. AC Milan had granted the transfer after the sharp drop in the performances of the 26-year-old right winger.
A specific clause with the obligation to buy was included within the loan agreement. Suso would officially and definitively become a Sevilla player in case of Sevilla’s qualification in Champions League for next season.
With fourth place in La Liga’s final standings, Sevilla secured a place in the group stage of the 2020-2021 Champions League. And the automatic transfer of Suso was immediately triggered.
AC Milan will earn €21 million from the sale of Suso, plus 4 million for his loan, bring the total fee to 25 million euros. A very important capital gain for the Rossoneri club signed Suso from Liverpool in 2015 for only 500 thousand euros.
— Sevilla Fútbol Club (@SevillaFC) July 20, 2020