Real Madrid and Inter have held talks over a swap deal involving two players recently linked with AC Milan in Isco and Christian Eriksen, a report claims.
According to Libero (via MilanNews24), the Rossoneri are keen on signing Eriksen and Inter are thinking about his sale in the upcoming January window given his disappointing performances and the feeling that he has never settled under Antonio Conte.
Meanwhile, Calciomercato.it reported last week that Milan could try to sign the 28 year-old Isco to replace Calhanoglu, and that his valuation has dropped to a figure of around €40m.
According to the latest from Sky in Germany however, Inter and Real Madrid are now in talks over a swap deal involving the aforementioned duo.
It would seemingly take a large sum of cash to get the deal done though, as Real value Isco at €60m+ and Eriksen at €30m or less for the time being.