Real Madrid have set a low asking price for reported AC Milan target Oscar Rodriguez, according to a report from Spain.
According to what is being reported by Spanish outlet AS on Wednesday (via MilanNews), Real Madrid are evaluating various sales to finance deals for the targets they have in mind as they look to build on a season in which they regained the LaLiga title.
Among the many names that they will allow to leave is that of Óscar Rodríguez, a young attacking midfielder who has spent the last season on loan at the Leganés.
In recent weeks the talented Spaniard has been linked to Milan by multiple outlets like Calciomercato.com and Marca, and according to the Iberian portal the blancos could sell him for a figure close to €10million.
However, they would try to insert either a buy-back option into the deal or even a resale clause to recoup a percentage of a possible future sale.
This season, Rodriguez made 29 appearances and netted nine goals in the process, proving that he is ready to make the leap to a big club.