Real Madrid would be willing to sell Chelsea target Isco if an offer of at least 70 million euros was made.
Isco is highly regarded across Europe as one of the most talented midfielders in world football and was seemingly getting his foot in the door under former boss Zinedine Zidane last season, playing an integral part in the clubs Champions League success.
However, he has reportedly become very frustrated at the lack of game time he has been receiving this season and is seemingly destined for a move away from the Bernabeu, with Maurizio Sarri a huge fan, who is ready to acquire his services as a possible replacement for Willian.
Willian is reportedly eyeing up a possible move away from Stamford Bridge at the end of the season, with Real’s rivals Barcelona reportedly ready to splash £70 million t try and get a transfer deal wrapped up.
And according to Italian website Calciomercato, Madrid are willing to do a transfer deal for Isco if the likes of Chelsea, Arsenal and Juventus all pay the 70 million euros that Real are looking for, believing the Spaniard still has value in the transfer market.
Spanish journalist Eduardo Inda recently claimed Chelsea have made an offer to sign up unhappy Real Madrid midfielder Isco this coming January transfer window.
He told OK Diario: “They consider that Isco is not involved in the group, that he is doing his thing, that he is having problems with his weight… so he is thinking of going to the Premier League.
“He has an offer from Chelsea and another from Pep Guardiola at Manchester City.
“I think that in a style of play like City’s he could do very well.
“Cristiano Ronaldo did not like to play with him because he said he kept the game a lot,”