AC Milan could be in line to receive a nice cash injection a full year in advance as Suso could be set to complete a permanent move to Sevilla.
The Spaniard secured a move to Sevilla late in January to relaunch himself after a bad few months with the Rossoneri, a club he joined back in 2014. The formula of the deal is a loan until 2021 with an option to buy that becomes an obligation if they reach the Champions League.
According to Spanish outlet AS (via Calciomercato.com), if LaLiga were to follow the lead of Ligue 1 and the Eredivisie by bringing an end to the season early, and if it were to take the current standings as the final ones, the Sevilla would secure a top four finish.
This of course means that the Andalusian club would quality for the Champions League and would be forced to buy Suso permanently for a fee of €25million, a nice boost for Milan’s coffers which would of course be a pure financial gain, given the Spaniard arrived for basically nothing from Liverpool.