Milan have been linked with making a possible move this summer for Real Madrid’s Isco Alarcon, should they negotiate Robinho’s exit.
The Rossoneri are expected to offload the Brazilian forward during this transfer window, with talks believed to be continuing over a possible €3m to €4m sale to 2015 MLS franchise Orlando City.
Before that, however, it is understood that the sides are looking to find a temporary location for the 30-year-old to spend the next six months at on loan, in a scenario almost identical to that Ricky Kaka had arranged for him in leaving San Siro this summer. Robinho’s former side Santos are speculated as in contention.
Meanwhile, Tuttosport are running the line that if and when the club negotiate Robinho’s exit, attention could turn to Real Madrid’s Isco.
Whilst the highly rated 22-year-old only signed for Los Blancos last summer, struggles for first-team action in his first season coupled with the club’s announced signing of Toni Kroos and nticipated capture of James Rodrigueza have him speculated as available.
Milan are described at the moment as observing the situation and ready to take on the Spaniard, but most likely on an initial loan basis, with a purchase option included.