Antonio Conte wants to take Real Madrid's Isco to Inter Milan

Antonio Conte wants to take Real Madrid's Isco to Inter Milan

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The midfielder is out of favour under Zidane and is likely to leave this summer

Inter Milan are being strongly linked with a move for Isco Alarcon once again. The Real Madrid midfielder is not in Zinedine Zidane's plans -- even though he's had more game time recently due to the club's injury problems -- and these could be his final months in the Spanish capital.

At 28, Isco would likely leave for a moderate price given that he is out of contract in 2022. The other option on the table for president Florentino Perez is that he walks away for free next summer because a renewal seems out of the question at this point.

Inter's problem when it comes to signing Isco -- at the request of coach Antonio Conte -- is that they still owe Madrid money for right-bach Achraf Hakimi. Therefore, striking a financial agreement with Los Blancos for a deal tipped to be worth around €20 million could be tricky.

In any case, at the moment, Madrid will not offer Isco a new deal. Zidane lost confidence in him a while ago and his return to the team has only been because of the huge number of absences at the club.

Isco also has a good reputation in England, while there is also interest from Spanish clubs, such as Sevilla.


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