AC Milan will make a big capital gain on the sale of Suso, a report claims, with the winger having completed a move to Sevilla.
It was confirmed on Wednesday night that Suso will join LaLiga side Sevilla on an 18-month loan with an option to buy, which will turn into an obligation if certain conditions are met throughout the course of the loan.
The Spaniard joined the Rossoneri from Liverpool back in 2015, initially signing a pre-contract which would become effective in June of that year, but in the end Milan paid a €1.3m fee to allow him to join in the January (as per Wikipedia).
After five years though, Suso’s journey with Milan has now come to an end, but the club are set to make a nice capital gain on the balance books through his departure.
According to the latest from MilanNews.it, the deal which will see the 26-year-old join the Andalusian club is an 18-month loan which will become an obligation to buy at €22million if they seal qualification for the Champions League.
Given that Sevilla are currently third, it means Milan are in line to make a gain of over €20m on the Cadiz-born wide man.