Stefano Pioli’s Milan could potentially get a discount in their move for Real Madrid midfielder Isco because of good relations between the two clubs.
Journalist Daniele Longo has reported about Milan’s interest in Isco, stating that while Brahim Diaz is working hard in training, Pioli wants an experienced attacking midfield option in the squad.
The idea of Isco has re-emerged recently as the Spaniard now finds himself in an uncertain situation under Carlo Ancelotti. Real Madrid’s request currently stands at €18 million but the excellent relations between the two clubs can lead to the Rossoneri getting some discount.
While it is a factor which certainly favours Milan, Isco’s wage demand stands at €6.5 million and it could be even more because of Growth Decree. But one thing is for sure, Milan do like Isco.