The Spanish player will be in the Andalusian team for the next five seasons.
This Monday, Seville has made it official that it has exercised the purchase option for Suso. The player from Cádiz signed a contract for five seasons with the Nervión club, which will pay Milan around 20 million euros.
The Spanish attacker arrived on loan in January for 18 months and his performances were enough for the Andalusian team to decide to use the purchase option. In fact, having contributed to the Europa League in the classification was a key point to make such an investment.
In the first months, Suso played 19 games under Julen Lopetegui and scored a goal, yes, being a key part of the team. After the stoppage due to the pandemic, things changed a bit and the player was reduced, while still being a key player for Seville.
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