12 Nov, 14:00
Liverpool is thought to be ready to splash a staggering £35m to break Suso's release clause in a bid to bring him back to the Premier League two years after selling him.
The Brazilian moved to Italy in 2015 after Brendan Rodgers decided that the Spaniard, then a promising start with little space of improvement at the club, would have more chances to play elsewhere.
He then spent the 2016/17 season on a loan at Genoa and returned to AC Milan in the best of ways: ever since the beginning of the new year, he has already scored five goals and provided three assists, thus becoming the Rossoneri's new leader and top goalscorer.
For these reasons, Soccerisma suggests that the Reds may be willing to trigger his £35m-worth release clause to take him back to Anfield.
The news comes amid long-lasting rumours that Brazilian ace Philippe Coutinho could be part ways with the club soon, after being courted by the likes of Barcelona and Real Madrid for the whole summer.
The Brazilian is thought to be willing to leave during the winter transfer window on a minimum £120m deal, so Jurgen Klopp could be determined to find an ideal replacement as soon as possible.
Suso would find plenty of space to play with Liverpool stars Mo Salah and Sadio Mane, leaving behind a team, AC Milan, that is currently enduring an internal crisis and keep on struggling to make positive results.