The forward is expected to sign a new contract in the coming weeks, and it’s unlikely the Bianconeri will include a release clause.
Despite that, Diario Gol is claiming that Los Merengues are very interested in the Argentina international, and are prepared to break the world transfer record.
It’s reported that Madrid would offer an €80m transfer fee, with another €45m in bonuses taking the total cost for the 23-year-old up to €125m.
The current record transfer is Paul Pogba's move from the Old Lady to Manchester United, with the midfielder costing €105m.
Prior to that move though, Real Madrid had broken the record on five consecutive occasions, with their deals for Luis Figo, Zinedine Zidane, Kaka, Cristiano Ronaldo and Gareth Bale.
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