Sevilla winger Suso has once again spoken about his time at AC Milan and the circumstances that led to his departure.
Suso signed a five-year contract with the LaLiga side over the summer as his loan move was made permanent. The Andalusian club confirmed their qualification for next year’s Champions League by winning the Europa League, triggering an obligation to buy in the loan deal.
MilanNews were among those who stated that Milan will receive €24million from the Spaniard’s departure, of which €23.6m is pure capital gains as the club paid a minimal fee to sign the winger.
He spoke to Goal about his over half a decade with the Rossoneri, in which he became one of the most important players for the club.
“When I left Liverpool I had just been operated on, the first two months were difficult. Then in Italy it was a beautiful period, compared to Liverpool it is more like Spain,” he said (via MilanNews).
“The football is more tactical, slower and more organised but it has been a great five years. Sevilla’s call? My family and I were very happy when this opportunity came. Before there had already been this possibility and this time I didn’t want to lose it.”