Jose Felix Diaz of Marca spoke to MilanNews.it and reported that the friendly between AC Milan and Real Madrid on Sunday provided an opportunity for a transfer market summit between the two clubs. The main name on the agenda is Isco as the attacking midfielder is not in the plans of the club and has a contract expiring next summer. There is a good opportunity for Milan to secure the player for a reasonable fee to be the starting no. 10 this season.
Corriere dello Sport via MilanLive.it are reporting that Madrid value the player at 15-20 million euros at the moment and Paolo Maldini wants to use the summit to understand what the margin for negotiation is and the player is appreciated in Milan.
Tutto Mercato Web via MilanNews.it are reporting that the likelihood of an agreement being found are high as the conditions are ripe for this move. Carlo Ancelotti does not have the player in his plans despite his experience at the club hence a re-launch is needed for the player.