PM: Real Madrid star with €700m release clause can leave for €20m – Maldini thinks about it

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan are considering a possible move for Real Madrid playmaker Isco who seems set to leave this summer, a report claims.

Isco began his career at Valencia, playing mainly for their reserve team before he decided to join Malaga in 2011, and from there his performances earned him the ‘Golden Boy’ award the following year and a €30m move to Real Madrid in June 2013, as per Wikipedia.

The Spain international has been a serial winner thanks to Real’s dominance as he has amassed 16 major trophies including four UEFA Champions League titles, two La Liga titles, one Copa del Rey and four FIFA Club World Cup titles.

According to PianetaMilan, he looks set to finally leave the club this summer after eight years as he is unhappy with his current situation. Even though he currently has a release clause of €700million built into his contract, he can actually leave the Santiago Bernabeu for €20m and Paolo Maldini is thinking about the operation, the report adds.


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