AC Milan could look at a move for Real Madrid playmaker and reported Juventus target Isco if Hakan Calhanoglu leaves the club, it is claimed.
The Rossoneri are struggling with the renewal of Calhanoglu, whose contract expires at the end of the season and as a result the risk of him leaving is growing by the week.
According to Calciomercato.it, Milan could try to sign the 28 year-old Isco to replace him, whose valuation has dropped to a figure of around €40m, with chances it could fall further.
The Rossoneri could take advantage of the Growth Decree tax relief scheme, meaning they would have no problem paying his €6.7m net yearly salary – a gross figure of between €10-11m over a five-year contract. A total operation of about €92-93m, therefore.
Meanwhile, Diario Madridista (via PianetaMilan) report that Milan are one of four clubs that could move for Isco in the winter window, along with Everton, Sevilla and Inter Miami.