Real Madrid Transfer News: AC Milan, Inter Milan, and Real Betis are all allegedly interested in acquiring Real Madrid midfielder Isco on a free transfer in the summer.
According to a report by Calciomercato, Serie A heavyweights AC Milan and Inter are preparing a Bosman transfer for Isco soon. Defensa Central claims that the Real Madrid midfielder is also a target for La Liga’s rivals, Real Betis. They are expected to make a move for him during the summer transfer window.
Isco was previously largely considered as one of the greatest young midfielders in Europe. His arrival to Real Madrid from Malaga in July 2013 was heralded as the start of a promising career for the Spaniard.
However, the Spaniard has had his fair share of difficulties at the Santiago Bernabeu over the previous nine years. Luka Modric and Toni Kroos usurping him in the pecking order.
During the previous several years, things have only gotten worse for the 29-year-old. He has only managed 277 minutes of playing time in 13 outings across all competitions this season.
Isco is certain to depart Real Madrid in the summer after reaching the last six months of his contract. Clubs such as AC Milan, Inter Milan, and Real Betis are all keen on bringing him to their respective clubs.
The fact that AC Milan is showing an interest in Isco this season might be a result of Brahim Diaz’s inconsistency this season. This season, the Spaniard has primarily pretended to be someone he is not. The same can be said of Rade Krunic, who has failed to impress when allowed to do so.
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In terms of Inter, Matias Vecino’s future at the San Siro is in doubt. He is expected to depart the club during the summer transfer window. Moreover, with Isco’s soon-to-be free agent, thereby making him a desirable target for the Serie A winners. He will be an able replacement for the Uruguayan.
In addition, Real Betis are interested in signing Isco, according to Defensa Central. He may serve as a short-term substitute for Andres Guardado at the club. The Mexican midfielder is reaching the end of his professional career. He will need to begin phasing himself out of the first-team picture as soon as possible.
La Liga powerhouses Sevilla and Arsenal are both interested in acquiring the Real Madrid midfielder. Consequently, a fierce war for the services of the Spaniard, who is set to become a free agent once his contract with Real Madrid expires, is expected to begin.