Spanish daily newspaper AS claims that AC Milan are hot on the trail of Real Madrid midfielder Isco.
The Rossoneri will have money to spend when Chinese investors complete the club takeover and the Spain international has emerged as one of their primary targets.
The good news is that Real Madrid appear ready to let Isco leave the club, with the player himself also keen on securing first team football elsewhere.
Los Blancos coach Zinedine Zidane opted to keep hold of talented midfielder Marco Asencio, meaning that he seems prepared to offload the Spain international.
Isco had shown a great deal of potential in his first couple of seasons at Santiago Bernabeu, but he struggled for both form and playing time last term.
Since joining Real Madrid in a €30 million deal from Malaga, the attacking midfielder made 97 La Liga appearances, scoring a total of 15 goals in the process.