European giants Real Madrid reportedly want Juventus striker Paulo Dybala to move to the Bernabeu in a swap deal involving playmaker Isco. According to Calciomercato, the Italian side are keen to add the Spaniard to their ranks, though his signing will come at a price.
Isco is reportedly unhappy at Madrid after falling down the pecking order under manager Santiago Solari, with the 26-year-old making only 21 appearances so far, with the star being relegated to the bench in the recent past.
Real Madrid are open to letting Isco join Juventus if it means they can bring Paulo Dybala to Spain, according to reports in Italy.
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His situation at Madrid has seen him being linked with a number of top European clubs, though Juventus want to jump ahead in the queue to secure his services, as he has always been on top of Max Allegri’s wishlist, with the Italian always been keen to sign him, as seen in the past when he tried to bring him to Turin in 2014.
One issue to solve could be the price-tag of the two players, with Dybala valued at over € 100 million while Isco has a €700 million release clause although reports in Italy suggest his price-tag is only € 80 million now.
There have been a number of rumours surrounding Dybala with another set of reports, claiming that the Italian’s are not looking to sell the Argentinian as they see him as a key part of their future going ahead.