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Madrid Agrees Swap Deal With AC Milan, Attacker Included For A Defender

AC Milan is the most interested in acquiring the services of Isco Alarcón in this summer transfer market. The Spanish midfielder does not enter into the plans of Carlo Ancelotti, who prefers to bet on other types of talents and try to make money with him, taking advantage of the fact that it is the last opportunity to do so if he does not have continuity in the team.

The rossonero team would have already made an offer of 18 million euros for Isco, trying to close its operation with the lowest possible price. The aim is to turn the Spaniard into the starting attacking midfielder, occupying the role that Hakan Calhanoglu left free, after he went to Inter Milan for free in the summer.

The problem is that Real Madrid would not be so interested in letting Isco out for that price, and in the last hours, it has emerged that Carlo Ancelotti has asked Florentino Pérez to try to convince Milan to add a name in the operation to reinforce the defense. We are talking about Alessio Romagnoli.

The coach is a fan of the Italian central defender, who has shown great performance since his breakthrough into the Italian elite. And, at the same time, he knows how complicated his continuity at AC Milan is due to the fact that he has one year left on his contract and that he has no intention of renewing, a case similar to that of Gianluigi Donnarumma. These players are both represented by Mino Raiola.

Real Madrid have agreed to add Alessio Romagnoli to the operation for Isco, but without ceasing to receive money from his sale. They would lower their economic claims, to the point that the offer could be less than 10 million euros if it is added to the Italian central.

Ancelotti needs a center-back for next season. David Alaba does not want to play in the back and Romagnoli can play as a starting left-hander. He's a good center back and he's only 26, so he could be a part of the rotation for a long time.

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