Antonio Vitiello is reporting AC Milan have made enquiries with Real Madrid for attacking midfielder Isco as a replacement for Hakan Calhanoglu. Milan are just feeling the gorund for an opportunity but there are no offers yet.
Tuttosport via MilanNews.it are reporting that Madrid have put Isco on the market as the player is not part of the plans of new manager Carlo Ancelotti. The 29 year old has struggled in the past two years and needs a reset to get back on track. Madrid have put a price tag of 18-20 million euros on the attacking midfielder which may be high for the Rossoneri given his age and form but it remains to be seen if alternate deals are possible.
Fabrizio Romano via TransferZone is reporting that all of Brahim Diaz, Alvaro Odriozola and Isco are likely to leave Madrid this summer and all players have been linked with moves to Milan.