AC Milan are doing all they can to sell Suso in January with Roma the only club to have made an offer for the Spanish right winger.
Jesus Suso is another AC Milan footballer whose future remains to be deciphered. The story of the Spaniard and the Rossoneri has come to an end. Suso, just like Krzysztof Piatek and Lucas Paqueta, has been reduced to a back up player since the change of formation.
Recently Suso was a guest at Casa Milan for bureaucratic matters. But above all to reiterate his decision: if he is not considered a regular starter he should be allowed to leave. AC Milan too are eager to sell the Spanish winger in order to finance other purchases in the remaining days of the January transfer window. According to Sportmediaset, the club and the player are evaluating proposals.
Sportmediaset reports that Milan would be more than happy to grant his wish but only in case of a €25 million offer. The player has a €38 million release clause, however, the current season has been very disappointing resulting in a drastic dip in form and market value. Roma and Sevilla are the two clubs to have made contact with AC Milan but so far only Roma have made an official offer.
Paulo Fonseca’s team is in search of a new winger after Zaniolo’s injury and their failure to sign Politano who’s seems destined to join Napoli. During the last year Suso has always been on Roma’s radar and according to reports Roma have made an official offer to loan Suso for the reaming of the season with an option to make the transfer permanent.
Letting Suso leave on loan is something Milan are trying to avoid. This is an unattractive proposal for Milan, who tried to revive swap talks for Cengiz Under. The Rossoneri are hopping for a better offer in the remaining eight days of the January transfer window
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