If Suso were to remain at AC Milan, the Rossoneri will have to find another player to sell in order to make cash.
The first name is that of Giacomo Bonaventura, appreciated by both Roma and Juventus, and is represented by Mino Raiola, a rather unpleasant figure in the Red and Black circles. For this reason he could be the first name, reports Tuttosport, to leave the Rossoneri this summer. However, much will also depend on the Settlement Agreement with UEFA.
The 28 year old Italian international has been indicated by Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri as a top target of the Bianconeri for the summer. AC Milan are ready to negotiate for a fee of no less than 30 million euros.
The dynamic central midfielder has scored 8 goals (his personal best while at Milan) in 43 appearances this season. Jack Bonaventura joined the Rossoneri in 2014 from Atalanta for a fee of 7 million euros and has been a central figure in his four years at San Siro.