Alessandro Lucci has announced he is no longer the agent of Suso, whose contract with the Diavolo expires in 2022.
Suso has recently revealed that he could have left in the last two summers but chose to stay with the Rossoneri.
The current contract of Suso is due to expire on June 30, 2022. The deal was brokered by agent Alessandro Lucci and as suggested by Milannews.it, it includes a €38m clause, valid for foreign clubs and valid only until July 15 of every year.
Lucci, however, has now stopped representing Suso, as he announced on his official Instagram this Tuesday: “We have experienced positive years, facing new challenges and experiencing true emotions from a sporting and human point of view. Now our professional paths separate, but the esteem for the player and for the man will remain unchanged. Good luck Jesus, for your career and for your life outside the field; it was a pleasure to share this experience together.”
Suso, who over the past year has reportedly asked for a new contract with improved salary, has still not chosen his next agent. Nicolò Schira of La Gazzetta dello Sport has brought up the names of Edo Crnjar and Federico Pastorello as options, but claimed ‘surprises are not to be excluded’. Milannews.it meanwhile suggested the name of Manuel Garcia Quilon, the agent of Theo and Castillejo.
In any case, the 25-year-old now has another thing on his mind, in addition to getting back on form and living life with his pregnant wife Alis and his one-year-old son Alessio.