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West Ham United withdraw from Suso race?

West Ham United withdraw from Suso race?
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West Ham United allegedly end their interest in signing AC Milan midfielder Suso during the January transfer window.

West Ham United have allegedly ended their interest in signing AC Milan midfielder Suso.

Since leaving Liverpool in 2015, Suso has made a positive impact at San Siro, contributing 20 goals from 118 appearances in Serie A.

However, having failed to score this season, Milan are said to be considering the 25-year-old's future ahead of the January window.

While West Ham have previously been linked with the Spaniard, Italian journalist Nicola Schira has claimed on social media that the Hammers will not be making a bid for the playmaker.

Wolverhampton Wanderers are said to be contemplating an offer for Suso, while Sevilla and Fiorentina are also monitoring the situation.

Given the need to improve their position with FFP, Milan are likely to be open to parting ways with Suso should they be provided with the chance to recoup a significant fee.

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