AC Milan winger Suso has decided to terminate his relationship with agent Alessandro Lucci amid doubts over his future at the club, a report claims.
The Spaniard also recently revealed during an interview with La Gazzetta dello Sport that he has turned down a number of offers to leave Milan over the past few windows.
According to Calciomercato.com’s Daniele Longo though, Suso is facing a ‘very difficult moment’ both in terms of performances and now through his decision to part with agent Alessandro Lucci.
Longo claims that the reason for the decision is centered around the fact that Suso has not been able to reach an agreement over a contract renewal which he ‘requested a while ago’.
Milan for their part were not keen on giving Suso a pay rise on his current €3.5m-a-year terms, the report continues, while the €38m release clause – which was Lucci’s idea – stopped the forward from leaving on multiple occasions.
The outlet concludes by stating that Suso may now go with a Spanish agency, and that he could ‘search for new opportunities’ to continue his career. All eyes are now on January to see whether his adventure with the Diavolo ends.