Mauricio Isla will officially become a Juventus player by July 3, but the Chilean has revealed a Real Madrid ambition.
Isla has had a medical with the Turin giants after a co-ownership deal with Udinese, which also includes Kwadwo Asamoah, was agreed.
“The deal is all set up, all that is missing are the signatures on that contract and they should be added by July 3,” agent Claudio Vagheggi said.
Isla is a 23-year-old wide player who is confident in his own ability despite picking up a knee injury earlier this year.
“I’m working out in the gym and am also working with the ball now,” the South American stated. “I have faith in what I can do and I know that I will one day play for Real Madrid…”
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