AC Milan will not look to replace outgoing duo Krzysztof Piatek and Suso, a report claims, after input from CEO Ivan Gazidis.
It was confirmed on Wednesday evening that Suso will join LaLiga side Sevilla on an 18-month loan with an option to buy believed to be €21m, which will turn into an obligation if certain conditions are met throughout the course of the loan.
Meanwhile, widespread reports are claiming that Bundesliga side Hertha Berlin have beaten competition from Spurs and Chelsea to land the out-of-favour Piatek.
As we reported earlier on Wednesday, the striker will join Hertha Berlin on a permanent basis. Milan will receive around €28m for the sale, which is enough to avoid making any losses on the player.
According to il Corriere della Sera – as cited by MilanNews.it – both players, after input from the managing director Ivan Gazidis, will not be replaced, except for any interesting situations that may arise in the final hours of the window.