Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City side stormed to the Premier League title with ease last season.
The North-West outfit possess some of the most talented players that compete on English shores.
Kevin De Bruyne, Sergio Aguero and David Silva are just a few members of the star-studded squad.
Out of all the top clubs in the league, City arguably require the fewest of tweaks to the team.
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A defensive midfielder and another winger would certainly be welcome, though, and how about an attacking midfielder?
Real Madrid’s Isco has often been mentioned in the transfer gossip pages due to his lack of regular minutes at the Bernabeu.
The Spain international started 21 La Liga matches, and in 45 appearances in all competitions, he scored eight goals and produced nine assists.
It is unclear whether Isco will feature more in the Madrid side now that Zinedine Zidane is no longer head coach.
If it seems likely that the attack-minded star will be heading out the door, then perhaps City will feel that they can utilise his ability to play centrally or out on the left wing.
Would he be a good option for Guardiola?
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