Brahim Diaz’s loan at the club was extended by the Italians, but both sides were keen on Marco Asensio.
The Spanish international, though, has ruled out a move to either club, preferring to concentrate on regaining his spot in Real Madrid’s starting lineup following a lengthy layoff due to a major knee injury.
Asensio is currently in his sixth season in Madrid and is aiming to reclaim the form he displayed two years ago before suffering an injury.
A change of position is conceivable.
At Real Madrid, there is fierce competition in the forward areas, with Karim Benzema, Gareth Bale, Eden Hazard, and Vinicius Junior all vying for head coach Carlo Ancelotti’s attention.
As a result, Real Madrid is attempting to transfer Asensio to the center of the pitch, where the team has less alternatives, which could benefit all parties. Asensio was instrumental in Spain’s journey to the final of the Olympic Games in Tokyo, indicating that he is on the mend.