AC Milan have made an enquiry about signing Isco from Real Madrid as he is one of the targets for the No.10 role, a report claims.
MilanNews recently reported that Isco is likely to leave Real Madrid after eight years with Los Blancos following his most difficult campaign yet, during which he started only 10 games. He is not part of the plans even for the new coach Carlo Ancelotti and could therefore be available for €20m, with only one year of contract left.
His experience in the Champions League could be vital to Milan, given he has already played 72 games in the competition and has won it four times, and he could well use the chance to join the Rossoneri as an opportunity to avenge his tough last few years.
According to the latest from Anto Vitiello of MilanNews, Milan have made enquiries over Isco who is a track to be monitored for the role of replacing Hakan Calhanoglu. However, it is a simple request for information and no offer has been made.
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