AC Milan have found a total agreement with Sevilla regarding a deal for winger Suso which allows the Rossoneri to make a nice FFP gain, a report claims.
After having been one of the cornerstones of Milan in recent seasons, Suso is ready to leave the Rossoneri after four-and-a-half years with the Rossoneri.
Monday’s edition of La Gazzetta dello Sport (via MilanNews.it) reported that the 26-year-old is closing in on a move to Sevilla on the basis of an 18 month loan with the option to buy which will become an obligation upon the occurrence of certain conditions.
Now, Nicolo Schira of the same outlet has provided a decisive update by claiming that there is a total agreement between Suso and the LaLiga side on a deal running until 2024.
There are ongoing contacts between Sevilla sporting director Monchi and the Milan hierarchy to define the 18-month loan deal which includes an option to buy.
Milan want to collect €20million from the sale, which would be a hefty gain for Financial Fair Play as Suso cost nearly nothing when he arrived from Liverpool.
Schira adds that Sevilla want the option to buy to become an obligation after 15 appearances while Milan want it to be after less than 10 appearances.
Accordo totale tra #Suso e il #Sevilla per un contratto fino al 2024. Contatti in corso tra Monchi e il #Milan per definire l'obbligo di riscatto che scatterà nel 2021. Rossoneri che andrebbero così a incassare almeno 20 milioni. Una plusvalenza pesante per FFP. #calciomercato
— Nicolò Schira (@NicoSchira) January 27, 2020
Meanwhile, Marca are reporting that a complete agreement is imminent. The basis is an 18-month loan with option to buy for €25m that would become obligation under certain conditions. Only few details remain to be defined.