Suso has refused to rule out a return to Liverpool.
The Spaniard has been in impressive form for AC Milan and has been tipped to move back to Anfield.
He insists he is happy at the San Siro but has not ruled out the possibility of eventually moving on.
Suso told Italian sports daily Gazzetta dello Sport: “I could have left even before signing the new contract, but I am very happy here.
“But then in football, there is nothing called ‘for life ’.
Liverpool to rival Manchester United for £32million Nice midfielder Jean Michael Seri
Liverpool have joined the race for Nice midfielder Jean Seri after scrutinising the Ivory Coast star closely in the last month, writes Sunday Mirror’s Steve Bates.
Kop scouts have been watching the energetic 26-year-old star as Jurgen Klopp looks to beef up his midfield options this summer with Emre Can set leave after so far rejecting a new deal.
Manchester United had been checking Seri but boss Jose Mourinho has reservations believing the 5 foot 6 inch African star lacks the physicality he prefers in his players.
Mourinho hasn’t shut the door on a potential deal for the £32 million rated star but United are believed to have other targets they are also monitoring.
Seri, likened by many to Chelsea star N’Golo Kante, maybe small but he’s attracted big attention with Arsenal also on his trail.
Liverpool star Mohamed Salah makes incredible gesture to young cancer sufferer
Big-hearted Liverpool star Mohamed Salah is helping to pay the medical fees of an Egyptian child who is suffering from cancer, writes the Liverpool Echo’s James Pearce.
Salah – who has shone in his first season with the Reds, scoring 31 goals – has been in contact with his young compatriot Adbelrahman Mahmoud, who is from the Egyptian city of Tanta and needs a bone marrow transplant.
The child’s father has revealed that it is his son’s dream to meet his idol, and that once Salah found out about that he stepped in to help the family pay for his treatment.
“We’ve reached someone who lives in a town close to the player’s village and then managed to talk to the player’s father who told him about my son’s case,” Abdelrahman’s father told DMC Sport channel.
“He contacted us and talked to Abdelrahman on the phone since he is not in Egypt now and told him that he will be visiting him once he’s back.
“Salah is in regular contact with Abdelrahman, his support had a positive effect on the child’s health.”