The transfer market synergy between AC Milan and Sevilla has been heating up in recent days, and a report claims that it might not be over yet.
As Calciomercato.com notes, Suso is set to officially confirm his return to Spain as his loan deal will be made permanent once the season is over, while defender Simon Kjaer has come the other way as Milan triggered their option to buy.
Milan will now collect a figure between €21-24million from Suso’s sale, all of which will be capital gains and important money to be injected into the summer market.
Kjaer will be a reference point for Ralf Rangnick’s new-look Milan, joining for €3.5million on a two-year contract, until 2022.
However interestingly, given the good relationship between the two clubs, it cannot be excluded that there may be further business in the coming months, especially given that Sevilla sporting director Monchi really likes full-back Davide Calabria.