On-loan Sevilla star Suso has taken a swipe at his parent club AC Milan and hopes to make the move to Spain permanently in the summer of 2021.
The 26-year-old attacker joined Sevilla on loan for a season and a half in January, including the option to buy him for €25million. And the former Liverpool man is in no doubt where his long-term future lies after criticising the regime at Milan.
“I hope to play in the Champions League with Sevilla and to win something. I could stay here and I hope it does happen,” Suso told AS.
“In my time at Milan, I had three Presidents, various coaches and dozens of teammates. You can’t create anything solid when everything changes each year.”
Spain, like the rest of the world, has been hit by the coronavirus pandemic, which is spreading rapidly through the country.
“Nobody expected it could have this impact. Mateo Musacchio’s family left for Spain a week before the lockdown, so now he is in Italy by himself.”
The Spaniard left Anfield in January 2015 and became a star man at San Siro, becoming arguably their main creative force under Gennaro Gattuso before falling down the pecking order this season.