AC Milan have been presented with the possibility of signing Isco from Real Madrid in a cut-price deal, according to a report.
Calciomercato.it writes that Real Madrid have clear ideas for their summer window. The first is to sign Kylian Mbappé from Paris Saint-Germain – the great dream of Florentino Perez – who also wants a move to Los Blancos and has not yet given up on the idea of it happening this month.
Real Madrid lost Sergio Ramos on a free transfer and collected €50m for Raphael Varane, but must also sell four or five other players and among these is Isco. The Spaniard is out of the plans of the club, which he is aware of, but to date a club has not yet come forward that can offer him a project as a protagonist.
That club could be Milan, as the Rossoneri are still looking for an attacking midfielder to work alongside Brahim Diaz. The great relations with Real would favour the deal, and there is room for manoeuvre on the salary issue. A long contract could convince the 29-year-old to lower the net €6.5m he currently gets, with the prospect of using the Growth Decree too.
Real have made it known that it would take €20m to sign Isco, but a discount should not be ruled out. The two clubs will meet on Sunday in a friendly and it will be the perfect opportunity to talk about the Spaniard.