AC Milan are the latest team to register interest in on-loan Real Madrid playmaker Oscar Rodríguez, according to a report from Spain.
Marca are reporting that Rodriguez is in demand this summer with Villarreal, Valencia and Sevilla all keen on the attacking midfielder, who has nine goals and two assists in 29 LaLiga games for Leganes, where he is on loan until the summer.
However, Milan have now entered the scene and have contacted the player’s agent – Rene Ramos – to find out in detail the intentions of the player and of his parent club Real Madrid.
Los Blancos want to make cash and intend to ask for €20m to sell outright, with the possible inclusion of a buy-back clause as the Real management know that they have an important player on their hands.
Coaches see it difficult for Oscar to have a place in the first team any time soon but they do believe in his talent so are reluctant to relinquish complete control, while Premier League side Wolves are also linked.