AC Milan look set to receive the pre-agreed amount to make Suso’s move to Sevilla a permanent one this summer, a report claims.
According to a report on MilanLive – which cites Mundo Deportivo – the RFEF have proposed to consider the current league table to establish who will play the European competitions, with over 20 games having been played.
Barcelona, Real Madrid, Sevilla and Real Sociedad would thus be the clubs to earn the right to participate in the next Champions League, while Getafe and Atletico Madrid – in fifth and sixth respectively – would go to the Europa League instead.
This would of course mean that the obligation to buy in Suso’s loan deal would be triggered, as the Andalusian club agreed to an 18-month loan with option to buy that becomes mandatory in case of a top four finish in either season.
Therefore, should the RFEF verdict be backed, Milan would land the €22million fee that was agreed between the two clubs which can be reinvested elsewhere.