According to reports from Mirror Football, Arsenal, Manchester City and Manchester United have been put ‘on alert’ by news that Real Madrid are ready to sell Isco.
The 23-year-old has struggled to impact at the Bernabeu since arriving from Malaga in summer 2013, where he’d previously claimed Europe’s prestigious Golden Boy award and enjoyed talisman status under Citizens manager Manuel Pellegrini.
He’s managed just 16 starts in La Liga this term and failed to prove worthy of a more prominent role in the side, recording just one goal and four assists despite being able to supply some of the most formidable goalscorers in European football in attacking trio Cristiano Ronaldo, Karim Benzema and Gareth Bale.
It appears Real Madrid are finally ready to cut their losses on the Spain international and according to Mirror Football, a number of Premier League clubs are willing to take him of the La Liga giants’ gigantic hands.
Arsenal, Manchester City and Manchester United are all reportedly monitoring Isco’s situation ahead of the summer transfer window, whilst Chelsea could also express an interest once Antonio Conte takes the managerial reigns at Stamford Bridge.
— Europcar Sport (@EuropcarSport) February 28, 2016