Real Madrid & Milan Could Discuss Marcelo-El Shaarawy Player Exchange

Former and current Kaka club may once again get involved into business…

Italian newspaper Tuttosport understands that Real Madrid are showing interest in Milan hotshot Stephan El Shaarawy.

Los Blancos boss Jose Mourinho is not entirely satisfied with his options up front and he could decide to add another forward to the squad. According to the Turin-based daily, the Portuguese coach has set his sights on Milan talent.

The Italy international has really excelled this season, scoring 7 goals in 10 Serie A games, in spite of Milan’s dreadful start to the season.

Before the season started, the 20-year-old was valued at around €10 million, but his price has now soared following some impressive showings in the early exchanges. Should he continue to impress and pass Mourinho’s stringent checks, the Madrid giants could launch a bid for his services either in January or next summer.

In the meantime, Corriere dello Sport reports that Milan have identified Real Madrid’s Marcelo as their primary January target.

The Brazilian left-back broke his right foot in training with Brazil in Poland will be out until the end of the year. He will have to make a new fresh start when return, in order to gain coach confidence once again. However, Milan are set to offer him a way out as CEO Adriano Galliani could make contact with Real Madrid’s president, Florentino Perez.

Marcelo, who also holds Spanish passport, is supposed to arrive on loan until the end of season 2012/2013 with an option to sign him permanently.

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