Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola is not exactly short of attacking talent.
The Spaniard, who guided the North-West outfit to the Premier League title last season, has players that can score from up front, wide areas and midfield.
In truth, the only areas of the pitch where City could do with strengthening is defensive midfield and on the width, in order to provide competition for Leroy Sane and Raheem Sterling.
Isco can play on the left wing, but he is predominantly positioned behind the striker when he plays for Real Madrid.
Due to the 26-year-old’s lack of game time under Zinedine Zidane last season – he started 21 La Liga matches – there have been rumours that he could move on this summer.
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Isco’s free-flowing style, plus his ability to hold on to the ball, could be an asset at City, but is he someone they really need?
We posed the question to you, and the outcome was fairly mixed, with only a slight majority believing that the Spaniard would improve the team.