Real and Inter prepare big transfer exchange

Real and Inter prepare big transfer exchange

Real Madrid and Inter Milan are going to exchange Isco Alarcon for Christian Eriksen.

As a player at Tottenham London, Christian Eriksen was associated for a long time with Catalan Barcelona. The Dane was on Blaugranas' radar, but at the last moment the club chose the young Frenkie de Jong in the midfield line from Ajax Amsterdam. Then Miralem Pjanic was acquired by exchange and there was no place for Eriksen at Camp Nou.

Therefore, now the midfielder with a high degree of probability can go to Real Madrid, which are looking for a replacement for the middle-aged Luca Modric and Toni Kroos. After moving to Inter in January this year, Eriksen was not bad before lockdown. But then he disappeared from the squad, and Antonio Conte basically releases the Dane towards the end of the match.

A similar situation is at Real Madrid with Isco. Zinedine Zidane does not give the Spaniard the required amount of playing time, so the midfielder is looking for a place to continue his career. The situations are similar in both clubs, and the roles of the players are close to each other. Therefore, this transfer is quite feasible. However, the stumbling block can be the price of the players, as is often the case.

In case of an exchange, one of the clubs will have to pay extra. Real estimats Isco at 60-70 million euros. At the same time, Inter bought Eriksen for 30 million from Tottenham. However, one must understand that the Dane's contract was ending then and the Spurs would not have given more for him, even taking into account the greed of Daniel Levy.

I think this exchange would be beneficial for both clubs. Despite the fact that while Nerazzurri and Los Blancos are far from specific, Eriksen can give creativity to Real in the central zone, as Modric does. Thus, it will be useful for partners opening between the lines. In this regard, he is a cheaper version of Kevin De Bruyne, who punished Real Madrid in the Champions League last season.

Isco, in turn, can compete with Alexis Sanchez and the departing Ivan Perisic. The Spaniard is versatile and can take any position in the attack, which was confirmed by the game throughout his career at Real Madrid. Therefore, he may not be afraid for adaptation in Italy. In addition, Inter have players who have played in Spain, so Isco should not have any problems.