Chelsea supervisor Maurizio Sarri is arranging £34million move for Liverpool dismiss Suso from AC Milan
CHELSEA have kick-started attempts to bring former Liverpool winger Suso to Stamford Bridge, as per reports in Italy.
The 24-year-old has been in fine shape for AC Milan this season, scoring three times and contributing seven assists in 10 Serie A outings for the Rossoneri.
Such shows have not gone unnoticed and Blues boss Maurizio Sarri is keen on bringing the Spain international back to the Premier League, report Tutto Mercato Web.
Milan are helpless against losing Suso at a cut-cost with his discharge condition presently standing at just £34million.
Reports in August expressed that the previous Genoa and Almeria loanee needed to expand his agreement, which runs until 2022, by another 12 months which would allow Milan the chance to change or remove the clause.
The Italian giants are aware of the spending intensity of Premier League clubs and stressed they could lose one of their star entertainers.
After moving to Anfield in 2010 as a 17-year-old, Suso made his debut two years later in the Europa League against Young Boys but failed to establish up himself as an regular in the Reds first team under Brenden Rodgers.
Sarri has made a fine begin to life in England.
Following a loan spell back in Spain, Suso moved to the San Siro as his Liverpool contract lapsed with Milan just paying a €1.3m pay expense.
But in recent years Suso has become the fulcrum of a quickly enhancing Milan side and he played in everything except three of the club’s Serie A games last season as the club finished sixth.
He is currently a focal figure under Gennaro Gattuso, consequently Milan’s worry that an English club could swoop in and prise him far from Italy.
Suso’s performances have also piqued interest from rival clubs in Italy, with the player admitting prior this mid year that Inter Milan had fizzled with offers in every one of the last two summer transfer windows.
« See, I will reveal to you something, » Suso disclosed to ESPN FC.
« It surprised me a little, » Suso continued, « when he said publicly he didn’t know anything about it. He did. We addressed him about it. Be that as it may, as I said my aim was to dependably remain here. I am, extremely glad. »