Suso has hit out at parent club AC Milan for the constant change which has destabilised any chances of a long term project being built.
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.
The 26-year-old has so far managed just one goal and one assist in eight games for Sevilla, but despite this head coach Julen Lopetegui cotninues to believe in him, and Suso himself has expressed his desire to stay beyond the loan agreement.
The playmaker spoke to AS about his time with the Rossoneri, and his words were transcribed and translated by MilanLive.
“At AC Milan they always change, too often. I have had three different presidents, various coaches and dozens of different companions every year. In this way it is impossible to build a solid project, each season had to start over,” he said.
He also discussed the coronavirus outbreak which has now claimed almost 5,000 lives in Italy.
“Football takes second place. I try to train at home, but it is monotonous, resuming playing will be difficult. It will take a kind of pre-season before starting again.
“I did not imagine this impact in Italy. In Milan I know they don’t even have places for the sick. Musacchio told me that his family fled to Spain, but he had to remain in full quarantine.”