Marina Granovskaia ‘has spoken’ with agent of Suso over possible Chelsea move

Chelsea’s Marina Granovskaia has spoken to the agent of AC Milan star Suso about a possible January transfer deal, according to reports.

Suso spent three unsuccessful seasons at Anfield from 2015 and only managed 15 first-team appearances, despite being regarded as one of the brightest talents at the club, and he was ultimately sold to Milan, where he has gone on to shine in Seria A, becoming one of the clubs most creative and skilful players.

However, with his reputation growing in the game and his performances impressing a number of managers across Europe,  Suso has been heavily tipped to make a move to Chelsea in the coming transfer windows, with reports Sarri is ready to activate his very low £34 million release clause.

And after reports emerged which suggested Sari ‘had put the wheels’ in motion about a possible £34 million deal, the Football.london website has claimed Granovskaia met with Alessandro Lucci to discuss a possible transfer deal.

However, it is believed the £24-year-old is happy at the San Siro and has recently admitted he is hoping to agree a new deal at the Italian giants, telling Calciomercato: “I received four to five offers, but Milan were not willing to negotiate. My family is happy, with the leadership we will sit down to discuss a possible renewal.

“As a quality of life, Italy is much better than England, it is quite similar to Spain – it feels good and even the weather is not bad. I would like to stay here, but for the future I see myself in my country, I would like to play in La Liga.”

Would Suso be welcome at Stamford Bridge?

The young man is turning into a top-class winger and we would love to see him strut his stuff in a Chelsea shirt, but staying put is probably the best thing for his future right now as he is one or two seasons away from being the complete winger.

But we should keep a very close eye, as Suso will eventually be able to walk into any big club around Europe and command a starting spot.

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