Liverpool midfielder Suso has told reporters that he is hopeful his medical on Monday will go well ahead of a move to Italian giants AC Milan.
The Spanish U21 international’s contract with the Reds is to expire in the summer and he has been made available to leave after failing to impress boss Brendan Rodgers.
He joined the Merseysiders in the summer of 2012 and spent the majority of last season on loan at Almeria, helping the minnows preserve their La Liga status against the odds.
Yet, his impressive displays in Spain have been somewhat different to his performances when given a chance in the more physically challenging Premier League.
With the Anfield outfit available for offers, it hasn’t taken long for Suso to attract a buyer though he could count himself slightly fortunate that it has come in the form of Serie A side AC Milan.
According to Sky Sports Italia, the parties have already agreed on a four-year contract starting next season and on arrival ahead of a medical on Monday Suso couldn’t contain his delight.
"I'm happy to come to Milan. I have yet to speak to Inzaghi, I came here to take the medical and I hope all goes well. A message for Milan fans? I just arrived a short while ago, let's see when I can play,” he said.
There is still some confusion on whether Suso will join Milan immediately on a six-month loan or whether he will have to wait until June to secure his move to the San Siro.
The 21-year-old made just a handful of appearances for the Reds, scoring his first goal for the club during an epic League Cup penalty shoot out victory over Middlesbrough.