Real Madrid transfer: President Florentino Perez 'wants' Paulo Dybala in Isco swap deal to Juventus
Posted: 14 January 2019 Time: 15:00
Real Madrid are aiming to take advantage of Juventus' interest in out-of-favour playmaker Isco with a sensational transfer swap deal involving Paulo Dybala, according to reports in Italian media.
Isco, 26, has fallen down the pecking order at Real under new head coach Santiago Solari after several questionable displays for Los Blancos.
The talented playmaker remained on the bench for the entire 90 minutes during Sunday's 2-1 LaLiga victory over Real Betis, despite a host of first-team stars suffering injuries - as five academy graduates featured.
100% - Real Madrid under Santiago Solari have won 100% of their games without Isco Alarcon in all competitions (6/6), compared to 63.6% with him (7/11). Debate. pic.twitter.com/SdJVtz5Ugs— OptaJose (@OptaJose) January 13, 2019
Now, according to a story published in Tuttosport, Juve are willing to offer the Malaga-born star an escape route from the Spanish giants, having failed to earn a single start since Solari's appointment since October.
Juve are said to value Dybala at €100m and while they are not open to the idea of allowing the Argentina international to depart, Los Blancos club President Florentino Perez has reportedly insisted any potential Isco deal - will need to involve the 24-year-old.