REAL MADRID could reportedly offer Isco or Toni Kroos as part of a swap deal to land Juventus striker Paulo Dybala.
The Spanish giants are sure to make changes to their squad this summer after bing dumped out of the Champions League by Manchester City.
And with Karim Benzema often ploughing a lone furrow up front, boss Zinedine Zidane is sure to look at bringing at least one more striker to the club.
And according to Italian news-site Sport Mediaset, one player set to be targetted is Juventus star Dybala.
And to meet Juve’s £90million valuation, Kroos or Isco could be offered in part-exchange.
Kroos, 30, has featured 45 times for Zidane’s side in all competitions and would be somewhat of a shock exit.
Isco, 28, has flitted in and out of the starting XI this season, featuring 30 times.
The deal could suit new Juve boss Andrea Pirlo, with the Italian thought to be keen on reuniting Isco with Cristiano Ronaldo.
Argentinian Dybala scored 17 goals in all compeitions this season, 20 less than former Real Madrid superstar Ronaldo.
But it was Dybala who was surprisingly named Serie A’s Player of the Season.
But with Maurizio Sarri since sacked at Juve and club legend Pirlo taking the reins, he might want to freshen up the dressing room at the Serie A champs.
Like Real Madrid, they were shockingly dumped out of this season’s Champions League in the final 16, losing to Lyon on away goals.
Dybala has been in disussions with Juventus over a new five-year contract, but that is not believed to have been signed yet.
The 26-year-old was reported to be was on the brink of joining Manchester United last summer and even held talks with club chiefs, before a deal fell through in the final stages.
Juventus were open to letting him leave having also agreed a deal with Tottenham but he went on to become an integral figure under the sacked Sarri.