Official: Sevilla exercise the option to buy Suso on a permanent basis

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Suso during Atlético Madrid-Sevilla at Wanda Metropolitano on March 7, 2020. (@imagoimages)

Suso was bought out by Sevilla, after the Spanish club qualified for the CL.

Suso left Milan in January on an 18-month loan with option to buy which can become mandatory under certain conditions.

One of the conditions was that Sevilla would qualify for this year’s Champions League, and since the Los Nervionenses finished in 4th in La Liga. And so, Suso leaves Milan & joins Sevilla permanently.

“Milan announces that the player Jesús Joaquín Fernández Sáenz de la Torre, ‘Suso’, has joined Sevilla F.C. on a permanent deal. The Club wishes him all the best in his future endeavors,” a statement on the Rossoneri website reads on Monday.

Suso played 19 games for Sevilla, scoring 1 goal. He was an instrumental part of Milan for a few seasons but the Rossoneri seem to be doing great without him, especially in recent times.

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Zion Train
Zion Train
21 days ago

Selling Suso was the best decision. The team relied on him too much and he consistently slows down our attack.

He doesn’t offer anything defensively and he is bad at pressing the opponent. Castellijo and Saelemakers offers a lot more on the right.

Glad Suso is sold. We can use some of the money towards our summer transfer budget.

My only regret is selling Cutrone and Piatek. Milan needed to show a little more patience them especially due to their age.

Martin Bernhard
Martin Bernhard
20 days ago
Reply to  Zion Train

Im not saying he didnt have his good days but imagine if we had sold him several years ago im pretty sure we would have developed as a team long time ago as he pretty much has held us back by limiting our gameplay. Never been a fan of his and hope he never returns.

EzrGy
EzrGy
20 days ago

Pheeew! Thank God!

Raven
Raven
18 days ago

He is a good player, he was improving a lot in the last couple seasons but his attitude is holding him back. James Rodríguez No2.

That season under Montella led him to believe he is Callejon