Fabrizio Romano confirms Milan have been offered Real Madrid playmaker – the Rossoneri’s stance

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan have been offered the chance to sign Real Madrid playmaker Isco but are not pushing ahead with a deal, according to a report.

Milan have been consistently linked with a number of different targets for the role of attacking midfielder, and Isco is one that continues to pop up as he appears to be out of the plans of Real Madrid.

According to the latest from Fabrizio Romano (via MadridZone), the Rossoneri have indeed been offered the chance to sign the 29-year-old, as various recent rumours have suggested. However, the management are evaluating different profiles for the role so Isco is not a priority at the moment.

In all likelihood, we can infer that this is due to various doubts about the Spaniard including his physical condition and the fact that he currently earns a high salary with Los Blancos. It seems, therefore, that there are other targets higher on the list.


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9 Comments

  1. Savicevic says:

    I would assume the real reason is money which Milan lacks these days.

  2. Abjohnson70 says:

    They will never have money. Stupid Management, when their mate are spending money on good players, they’re there begging for loan players. Stupid imbeciles calling themselves Milan management.

    1. Vero Rossonero says:

      Troll.

    2. Rimp says:

      You are the imbecile. Look at Inter, their finances are in the toilet, you want that? Buy buy buy without caring about the future is not good and responsible management. We did that a few years ago under the Chinese ownership and we are still paying for it today.

    3. groot says:

      see the reality man, in maldini we trust.

      1. Obebo says:

        Forza milan bro

  3. Honest Truth says:

    I am getting so tired of reading comments from uneducated fans. Management is trying to overcome years of overspending by previous ownership groups who racked up debt. It is required not only for the long-term stability of the club but also to comply with Financial Fair Play. The days of buying players clubs can not afford should be over. Look what is happening with Inter! Stop criticizing what you clearly don’t understand or find another club to support. There should be plenty of room on the Inter bandwagon now!

    1. Haruna Garba says:

      Good perception.

  4. Emaudu Deen says:

    Milan are doing well. Am so impressed with the make shift team. We came second. The strategy is working.

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