Reports: Talks ongoing between Milan and Sevilla for Suso, the winger could leave on loan with option / obligation

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Suso during Atalanta-Milan at Stadio Atleti Azzurri d’Italia on December 22, 2019. (@acmilan.com)

Suso is wanted by Sevilla and the Spanish club is trying to reach an agreement with Milan.

After a string of bad performances, Suso has been permanently dropped to the bench. The Rossoneri are certainly not showing signs of missing the winger, as they’ve won the last three league games, in which Suso played zero minutes.

There are only a few days left on the transfer market, but the exit of Suso cannot be excluded. As reported by Sky Italia today, negotiations are underway between Milan and Sevilla for Suso.

The deal is set up on the basis on an 18-month loan deal with an option to buy which would become an obligation under certain conditions. The details still need to be fixed, but the parties are working to find a definitive agreement. Pietro Balzano Prota of RadioRossonera reported the same.

It remains to be seen whether Suso will be called-up for the Coppa Italia game on Tuesday; you can go on siti scommesse bonus and bet on the outcome of the game.

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Ashraf
6 months ago

If they sell suso they must wait until summer to get quality winger they mustn’t rush into another garbage

JOHN THE BAPTIST
JOHN THE BAPTIST
6 months ago
Reply to  Ashraf

We might not need a winger after all, a quality midfielder would do.

Sell Kessie, get a very technical midfielder to support Bennecer in the midfield.

Sell Chalonglu, get a quality LM, and you’ll see the instant upgrade

Ashraf
6 months ago

We can’t play 442 every time when things are not going well in 442 u need to change into 433 so we need at least one winger

JOHN THE BAPTIST
JOHN THE BAPTIST
6 months ago
Reply to  Ashraf

No matter the formation, a lone striker formation with wingers doesn’t work for Milan, we lack technical players to execute it efficiently, Milan shouldn’t play a 433 unless we add real quality, we can play 443 against smaller teams though.

Sell Suso, hes too one dimensional, not creative enough, please sell him, we need midfielders.

Nästa
Nästa
6 months ago

Sure but if We sell who do We play if Their injured. Before We sell We need a plan and a player if We just sell and try to fill the cracks with New players with no experience or chemistry it Will be endless til there is no money left. I Dont like Suso. Every game without him or Hakan i am hopefull. But if there is no plan We must make one first and make the best of the player. Not bowing to them but showing them and maybe even get Zlatan to play badcop. We cant selling these… Read more »

Martin Bernhard
Martin Bernhard
6 months ago
Reply to  Nästa

I fully agree Nästa and there is a reason why players and clubs signs long hefty contract and that is to protect themselfs. Players can have career ending injuries and clubs pays insane ammounts for even average players nowadays and make expenssive infrastuture and facilities available for said players so they need to protect their investments, Milan should NEVER and i mean NEVER let its players or for that sake their agents dictate what the club does and doesnt do as its not like a football club is a democracy where the players just can say and do whatever they… Read more »

JOHN THE BAPTIST
JOHN THE BAPTIST
6 months ago
Reply to  Nästa

Even if we decide to play with the 433, Suso isn’t still the go to guy, he’s non consistent at best, oh common, of course we wouldn’t just sell for selling sake, I see our recruitment strategy seem to be solid at the moment, Theo Hernandez? Bennecer? Leao? Oh, common, Maldini of all people should be able to recognize talent…

My only worry now is, how haven’t they brought back Bakayoko who was the best DM in the league when he played with us (in my opinion). That’s for Kessie, sell him get Baka.

Martin Bernhard
Martin Bernhard
6 months ago

i know a lot of milan fans would love to see him back in the club but that was just a castle in the sky as it was never gonna happen because Milan cant just buy bakayoko as he is on a sesaon long loan in monaco who now has a buy option on him. It might be feasible when the season ends but even then it seems highly unlikely to happen. If they infact activate the buyout clause im confident to say that if allready parting with him again this summer would want to capitilze on such sale.

Milan10
Milan10
6 months ago
Reply to  Ashraf

“u need to change into 433 so we need at least one winger” yes, just in case milan win too many times and want to lose 0-5 again

Ashraf
6 months ago
Reply to  Milan10

Milan 10. In 442 we still loose to Atlanta

anom
anom
6 months ago
Reply to  Ashraf

But not 5-0. There’s a huuuge difference in losing 1-0 and losing 5-0.

Ashraf
6 months ago
Reply to  anom

Anom 433 is much better in defense or offense than 442 i believe if we face them today they will beat us 10 – 0 442 4 midfielders have to move forward to support strikers than it will be big space between midfielders and defenders

Milan10
Milan10
6 months ago
Reply to  Ashraf

the last 4 games milan used 4-3-3: 1 win, 2 goalless draws, 1 loss. 3 goals for, 7 goals against (-4 goal difference).
last 4 games milan used 4-4-2: 4 straight wins period. 9 goals for, 2 goals against (+7 goal diff).
its not even close mate.
4-3-3 isnt inherently bad formation but this milan just doesnt have players to pull it off and 4-4-2 has always been milan’s formation of choice. if milan’s gonna switch formation to spice things up then it should be for 4-3-1-2, a variation of 4-4-2. like i said, milan is 2 st club

Ashraf
6 months ago
Reply to  Milan10

Milan 10 but we never face strong teams in 442 like Atlanta inter or Lazio than u will see how weak we are without wingers i really don’t mind now for 442 but in the summer we need quality wingers

Milan10
Milan10
6 months ago
Reply to  Ashraf

the problem with milan’s 4-4-2 is that they dont have solid dm yet. thats it. the side mf (if they play rebic/leao as lm and samu as rm) are fine as it is. kessie can be great dm if he’s disciplined enough to fill the makelele role/position, like he did vs lecce. the problem is, he rarely is; he always wants to venture forward making bennacer’s job much harder thus all those yellows. i know milan cant always win even with 4-4-2 but at least they look better, with clear definite plans on how to defend and attack. and no,… Read more »

Baresis Dream
Baresis Dream
6 months ago
Reply to  Ashraf

If we play like we played in Brescia we loose 15-0; doesn’t matter which formation tbh

Milan10
Milan10
6 months ago
Reply to  Baresis Dream

yeah, no. milan actually narrowly won ball possession and was actually on par with brescia in terms of shots on/off target. it was an ugly win but its not like brescia owned milan like atalanta did. u need to learn why and how the great hungary team of puskas used that particular formation, why and how brazil played no less than 5 fantasisti in proto 4-2-3-1 formation in wc ‘70, why ajax and netherlands switched from 4-2-4 to 4-3-3 (and by doing that influenced many generations after them) in early 70s, why sacchi used 4-4-2, why lippi offloaded all those… Read more »

Baresis Dream
Baresis Dream
6 months ago
Reply to  Milan10

Milan10, Donnaruma man of the match mate. Forget the stats, Brescia were the more dangerous, actually by quite a lot; and even we were on par with them, this is one of the weakest sides in Italy. We lost the midfield battle for most parts of the match. We turned over so many balls (nothing to do with formation btw), quite a few in our own half, could barely connect 3 straight passes, ect … It was a bad performance by us imo, almost in all respects. I have no issues with this or that formation in principle; many squads… Read more »

Milan10
Milan10
6 months ago
Reply to  Baresis Dream

like i said, i watch so many brescia and udinese (and lecce) matches this season and they are good teams. seriously, if u want to be entertained watching serie a then watch brescia, udinese and fiorentina. brescia has been unlucky because of their crappy defense and balo being a clown but they dont generally play badly. they even dominated lazio even with 10 men (only lost after tonali was subbed off), im not even joking. they held their own vs juve. but in the end milan were more dangerous because they put the ball in the net twice, hit the… Read more »

JOHN THE BAPTIST
JOHN THE BAPTIST
6 months ago
Reply to  Baresis Dream

And Bannacer had a stellar performance thanks to the ghost mode of Kessie, I bet you if Bennecer had a lively partner the game could have been more balanced, but on a general note, even Ibra or Mufasa (lol) according to my friend @Milan10 missed a sitter, that match was an off day for the team, especially Leao and Kessie.

Ashraf
6 months ago
Reply to  Baresis Dream

Baresis dream how about udinase game specifically first half

Baresis Dream
Baresis Dream
6 months ago
Reply to  Ashraf

Yep Ashraf, Udinese was almost as bad, but I think Udinese is a better team than Brescia so in that sense last match was a further step downwards im performance.

dapito
dapito
6 months ago
Reply to  Ashraf

lets make this transfer happen ASAP… milan dont need lazy and with low skill…

mapuma
mapuma
6 months ago

pls learn from Andre Silva’s case Sevilla must sign suso on loan with obligation to buy without any conditions

nick
nick
6 months ago

I don’t believe Milan should sell any players in the Jan transfer market. Especially since Pioli is not officially confirmed for next season. I don’t believe that Suso and Çalhanoğlu fit our current formation but we are jumping the gun here because it’s hardly likely that we will be able to find quality replacements before next season. Udinese is not going to part with Rodrigo de Paul until next summer and we missed out on Olmo because we don’t have the budget period. Milan will be under new management next season and we need to wait until Allegri or Pochettino… Read more »

Raven
Raven
6 months ago
Reply to  nick

100 percent agree pal. It would be dumb to sent him away just because Castillejo showed good form. Castillejo showed good form last season too and then went missing. IMO a replacement for Suso won’t come cheap, we might as well stick with him even as a killer sub. If the player doesn’t want it then it’s a job for his agent. Suso loves Italy, he has named his son Alessio because he has a crush on Romagnoli and because he wants to set roots in the country, so that leaves Roma, Napoli or Juve(unlikely). We might swap him for… Read more »

nick
nick
6 months ago
Reply to  Raven

Exactly. I can’t see us getting better players in this transfer market.

Milanellofm
Milanellofm
6 months ago
Reply to  Raven

Suso has skills n what not, but the reason I don’t want him on this team is because he brings down the overall performance. No matter what tactics or formation we had with suso on it was always give him the ball and he cuts inside or shoots. People figured this out after two seasons except milan. While teams knew how to defend it, milan kept insisting on it. So yes at this point castillejo is a better option not because of his skill, cause of his work ethic. He gives u 100% both offensively and defensively while suso offers… Read more »

Raven
Raven
6 months ago
Reply to  Milanellofm

You know that Suso is the leader in Key passes? Calhanoglu is the leader in shots on goal. Stats don’t lie pal

Milanellofm
Milanellofm
6 months ago
Reply to  Raven

Sure cause everything runs through suso when he’s on and calhanoglu shoots from anywhere and has what, two goals to show for it?

Raven
Raven
6 months ago
Reply to  Milanellofm

Pal, the whole team sucks, look at Serie a’s stats Milan is below mid table in terms of performances. Sure, ibra’s arrival changed everything. Goal Scored 22, our goal scorer a left back… #15 in the league. Assist 10… #18 in the league. Headed Goals 1… #18 in the league. So yeah… our midfield and attack is not producing anything, and that’s on everyone, including Maldini and Pioli. Don’t misunderstand me, I blame Suso and Calhanoglu are not performing, but I think the blame doesn’t remain on they alone. What I’m trying to say is, don’t underestimate their value even… Read more »

JOHN THE BAPTIST
JOHN THE BAPTIST
6 months ago
Reply to  Raven

They spread bad energy when they sit on the bench, no club permit me to say no coach wants that circulating in the team.

Suso isn’t a bench player, he wants to now go and rescue Sevilla… I wish him luck

Nästa
Nästa
6 months ago
Reply to  nick

Damn straight!

Nathan Graegin
Nathan Graegin
6 months ago
Reply to  nick

I agree with this. Hopefully we get bought out soon. We need a good coach first. Then have the players come just to train under that coach. A big name club with a big name coach will attract everyone even without our scouts. It’s a shame management doesn’t see this

HWYLEY
HWYLEY
6 months ago
Reply to  Nathan Graegin

1001%

dapito
dapito
6 months ago
Reply to  nick

if pioli plays him as staters again, everyone hate suso.. but when he wants to move, everyone dont want him out… dont be naif fans, i hope he will be success in spain…. beside his mind already in spain meanwhile he still in italy…

Raven
Raven
6 months ago

Suso won’t leave, and his bench will do him good. He will recover his form. Perhaps Suso from Piatek as El92 suffered from Balo.

I still have faith in Suso, but Castillejo has showed hunger, those who are eager to train and play should play ahead of an unmotivated “star”

Cocor
6 months ago

Ashraf you’re just as Liverpool did with coutinho money

Ashraf
6 months ago
Reply to  Cocor

Cocor yes mate we must do business like Liverpool buying quality players one by one

Milan10
Milan10
6 months ago

in other news, rino the real milanista has been feeling the good vibes from milan camp and thus as self respecting milanista acts accordingly by slaughtering milan enemies one by one. last week lazio, now juventus. inter, ur next

rip great milanista kobe bryant, u’ll be missed

Raven
Raven
6 months ago
Reply to  Milan10

I’m happy for Rino, but if he does too well he might complicate the situation for Milan, but challenge will push Ibra, Ibra will kick some sissies.

Milan10
Milan10
6 months ago
Reply to  Raven

correctamundo mate. personally, i think late feb – early march will mess inter, napoli, roma, juve, atalanta up because they will have to play in ucl/el allowing milan to gain advantage. i hope milan can finish 4th but if they cant then staying 6th will be ok considering the rough start

dapito
dapito
6 months ago

lets make it happen ASAP… if someone in here want suso stay then they never learn when this season began we got so many offer for him… we keep him then we got bad result..
and now we cant gambling with lazy and predictible players and the most important right now milan already in right track…

MilanEstonia
MilanEstonia
6 months ago

I think its wiser to keep Suso for depth unless we will get a BETTER reinforcement right away. I have a strong feeling that Suso and Paqueta will leave and replaced by Bernadeschi and Florentino in the next few days. Wouldnt mind that deal at all.

On the other hand, its sad to imagine Paqueta becoming a star in Juve and we cry about it by 2022.

Ted
Ted
6 months ago

What are your thoughts about possible Paqueta – Bernardeschi swap?

Stefan
Stefan
6 months ago
Reply to  Ted

Nothing special, but Florentino Luís looks interesting.

OmarLittle
OmarLittle
6 months ago
Reply to  Stefan

I like Florentino Luis too but if it means that Milan cant get Tonali then i wouldnt do it

Nästa
Nästa
6 months ago
Reply to  Ted

Bernardeschi is a good and tough player but its Juve we are dealing with. Its like playing Cards with a rigged dealer.
Maybe Im wrong but when has a deal with them worked in our favour? I seriously would like to know.
And if Paqueta becomes good at Juve and they get Tonali with that I Will reconsider watching serie A for some Time.

Rossi
Rossi
6 months ago
Reply to  Ted

Good for Juve for sure, getting a young talented player and getting rid of an 3seasons underperforming 26years old who is only going down. Nothing new that we are helping Juventus get rid of players they dont whant and help them make some profit along the way, it seems like this whole league exist only to serve Juventus intrests. Paqueta should start next game and be given more regular playing time, he did great last year when he was playing. I mean Pioli was holding Rebic on the bench for half a season…..just saying Pioli is obviosly not the best… Read more »

anom
anom
6 months ago
Reply to  Ted

Not gonna happen. No need to discuss any further. 😀

nick
nick
6 months ago
Reply to  Ted

No thanks. I’ll take Douglas Costa instead. Juventus rejects have been all failures at Milan.

Baresis Dream
Baresis Dream
6 months ago
Reply to  Ted

I’ll take it. Paquetta seems to be finished here, as it becoming clearer that his so-called psychological issues were related to his lack of playtime. There aren’t that many suiters after him as we can see, so a swap might make sense. Also, Berardeschi perfectly fits in the flat midfield of 4 we are currently trying as one of mids on the flank. He will almost certainly be an upgrade to what we currently have there.

Milanellofm
Milanellofm
6 months ago

As suso is linked to leave which I hope he does, we still haven’t been linked to anyone to replace him. We definitely need a player in midfield and with such short time it’s scary. Piatek should not be sold. I know we’re in a good run of form but that doesn’t mean we’ve completely changed. Ibra won’t be playing every minute at a high level forever. I do believe the 4 4 2 is the way to go for this season but there should also be a cm brought in and/or a winger. And rebic needs to start with… Read more »

JOHN THE BAPTIST
JOHN THE BAPTIST
6 months ago
Reply to  Milanellofm

Nicely put, But I think Paqueta’s case is an attitudinal problem, I believe he may not be very loyal to the coaches that come around, just a few tweaks to his game and he’s world class, even CR7 was too flamboyant in his playing style until Ferguson went tough on him and today he sings Fergy’s praise. Paqueta just need to listen to the coach and not pride himself as not to fight for a starting spot, he’s no Ronaldinho, neither is he Kaka, just to reduce the pride and improve on his end product and we have a world… Read more »

Milan10
Milan10
6 months ago

first off, like i said, to build a winning team first u need vision, then pick players accordingly. i dont need to say how good bennacer, leao, theo etc turn out to be over and over again but take a look at boban/maldini’s targets this winter mercato: todibo, under, bernardeschi, ibra, flo luis, olmo, fofana etc; those are fantastic players ready to play under clear definite system: a classic milan-esque 4-4-2. so far milan have failed to get players when they need to pay up directly (like in olmo’s and todibo’s cases)-thats ffp talking not maldini/boban’s incompetence- but no one… Read more »

Raven
Raven
6 months ago
Reply to  Milan10

I don’t understand what you see on Leao.

Bennacer and Bakayoko is a match made in heaven.

Milan10
Milan10
6 months ago
Reply to  Raven

“ I don’t understand what you see on Leao.” i see raw, unpolished gem. i see henry 2.0. yes he’s still naive and raw but so was cr7 at 20. not every player can be mature at such young age like rooney or kaka u know. sometimes young players need guidance. and who’s better guide than mufasa, i mean ibra the lion king himself?
bennacer – baka would be so awesome but ben – tonali would practically be albelda – baraja 2.0; a license to win

Raven
Raven
6 months ago
Reply to  Milan10

Don’t even get me started. I try not to think about it because there is more chances of Tonalli arriving Juve or shinter that him wearing our glorious colors. IDK maybe a young project might do the trick.

Ashraf
6 months ago
Reply to  Milan10

Milan 10 this will be tough midfielders in serie a bernadeschi Florentin Luis bennacer kassie 2 destroyers 2 creative

Milan10
Milan10
6 months ago
Reply to  Ashraf

yeah mate, for when milan need to be defensive. but when they go for jugular, bernardeschi/under – bennacer – flo luis – leao/rebic would be smooth AND dirty, like “so what” by miles davis

Valo12
Valo12
6 months ago

I don’t care if Suso stays or either leaves. Looking at Bennacer performances lately, he is starting to build momentum, gain confidence and develop understanding chemistry. I would like if we could bring another technical midfielder, defensive orientated, but with fast feet, so we can have a really dynamic duo in the center of the field. Also, despite all being torn or biased on Piatek, i wouldn’t mind if he leaves and we can get another striker that can drop further deep time to time helping with the build up. Yes we have some weak links everywhere, but overall i… Read more »

nick
nick
6 months ago
Reply to  Valo12

Which striker do you have in mind because Milan will not spend the money to get a quality striker to replace Piatek so you will most likely regret it if Piatek leave. Don’t forget who our owners are and they are not looking to buy top quality players. Sigh!

We haven’t even signed anyone yet and the transfer window will close in a week. Sigh.

Valo12
Valo12
6 months ago
Reply to  nick

It doesn’t have to be a big name as far as it is well studied and efficient for the game plan. That brings to the question “what is the game plan?” To be honest even if they appoint Allegri or Guardiola next season, it doesn’t warm me up since there is no money left for nothing. Just staying positive for building stone on stone. Better have an average but consistent striker than one that has a single stellar performance per half season and disappears for the rest of it. There are some players that always keep you on hope of… Read more »

nick
nick
6 months ago
Reply to  Valo12

Average but consistent striker? And who would that be? Because that doesn’t exist. SMDH. Milan need top players to take us to the next level.

Piatek is a good striker who was playing in a bad formation that didn’t work for him or the team. He was consistent last season and he finished in the top 3 leading goal scorers last season.

It would be the dumbest decision if Milan sell him.

Watch the Coppa Italia game tonight because Piatek will show Milan how stupid they are to even put him on the transfer market.

Terry
Terry
6 months ago

I get that we want to remove Suso, but we need re-enforcements. We need someone to sub Castilejo.
What is the club doing in terms of buying replacements? (Same question for Paqueta who has literally decided to leave)

nick
nick
6 months ago
Reply to  Terry

They will buy some primavera overpriced players with no experience.getting quality players is hard enough in the winter transfer market because no club wants to sell their best players mid season.

We couldn’t even afford Dani Olmo but people think Milan will sign quality players? I hope Arnault buys the club next season because it’s to me that Elliott Fund has no intention to invest in quality proven players.

Stefan
Stefan
6 months ago
Reply to  nick

too much negativism, Theo and Bennacer are good buys and at a reasonable price, Leao a bit overprice, while Krunic & Duarte are okayish back-ups

nick
nick
6 months ago
Reply to  Stefan

Duarte and Leao are grossly overpriced. I’m not being negative but they are not worth money we spent. Say with Calhanoglu and Paquetà.

Milan are selling players at a financial lost. Now the are willing to sell Piatek for 28-30m when we paid 35m to Genoa? That doesn’t make sense to me and that’s bad business.