Juventus will make a move to sign Real Madrid playmaker Isco after concluding negotiations with Arsenal’s Aaron Ramsey, say Sky Sport Italia.
Italian transfer guru Gianluca Di Marzio leads on the reports that the Bianconeri are tying up negotiations for the Welsh midfielder before ‘moving on’ to an approach for the out-of-favour Isco.
The Real Madrid playmaker has fallen out of favour under new Coach Santiago Solari, with captain Sergio Ramos describing the situation as ‘complicated’.
The Spain international has a long-term deal at the Bernabeu until 2022 with a minimum release clause of €700m, having signed a new contract in Madrid last year.
The 26-year-old has only started one match across La Liga and the Champions League under new Madrid boss Santiago Solari – a harrowing 3-0 home defeat against CSKA Moscow earlier this month.