reports suggest that Madrid bosses are not planning to hand a new contract to Isco in any case adding that he only gets playing time because Zinedine Zidane has a scarce choice of players due to the injury situation.
Antiono Conte is of the opinion that he can utilize the Spanish international to his full potentials as the Italian tactician as done it to players in the past.
He wants to sign the Madrid man to strengthen his squad and contend for the leagues and other trophies in the future.
This season, the Real Madrid midfielder has just played 544 minutes in 17 La Liga appearances, starting only 5 of those games for Madrid.
Inter Milan are topping the league and they are on the verge of winning the Italian series A cup ahead of rivals Juventus after they waited for so long.
although, the Italian giants were knocked out of the champions league.
Can Conte lead the former Italian giants to victory?
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