Having joined Sevilla on an 18-month loan in January, Suso’s move will likely become permanent due to the nature of the deal. Meanwhile, AC Milan will receive more money to spend on the transfer market for the new project.
As described by Calciomercato.com’s Daniele Longo in his latest video, the Rossoneri will initially receive €19m from the sale. This is a figure that Sevilla will pay as soon as certain conditions have been met by the player.
Suso will have to register 15 appearances this season and 25 in the following one (between the league and cups). This won’t be difficult, considering that manager Julen Lopetegui likes the former Milan No.8 a lot.
Milan then plan on banking an additional €4m in bonuses, bringing the total figure up to €23m. These bonuses will be activated in the event of Champions League qualification for the 2021/22 season. Currently, Sevilla are sitting in third place.