Wolverhampton Wanderers have been previously linked with a move for Suso and should consider returning for the £49k-per-week playmaker in January as they’re short of options out wide.
Nuno Espirito Santo has Adama Traore, Diogo Jota, Jordan Graham and Pedro Neto at his disposal, but goals & assists have been hard to come by outside of Traore’s contribution (12 appearances, two goals, three assists).
Jota (11 appearances, one goal), Neto (eight appearances) and Graham (zero league appearances) aren’t pulling their weight, so Wolves should consider a new face.
Suso has spent four years at AC Milan, contributing 60 goals in 147 appearances. His future is uncertain, however, after being criticised by manager Stefano Pioli and former Italy Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini for a lack of selflessness in games.
His form has dipped recently too. After scoring & creating 16 goals in 34 games (2016/17), 15 goals in 35 games (2017/18) and 17 goals in 35 games (2018/19), Suso has two goals from 11 this season.
The Spanish international has still created 25 chances and made 13 successful dribbles in Serie A, however, so Wolves shouldn’t be put off. His asking price is around £36m, but whether Milan would let him go without lining up a replacement remains to be seen.