£80 million Isco ‘looking to leave Real Madrid’ this January with Arsenal, Man United and Liverpool looking for deal

Fresh Reports have again claimed Arsenal, Manchester United and Liverpool target Isco is looking to leave Real Madrid in the near future

The highly-rated Spaniard has been in the transfer headlines for some time now as he simply cannot get a regular starting spot in the Madrid side, with his time at the Bernabeu plagued by injuries and the continued good form of Cristiano Ronaldo, Gareth Bale, Luka Modric and Toni Kroos.

And he has been heavily linked with a move to the likes of Arsenal, Liverpool and United in the past few transfer windows, with all three Premier League giants keen to acquire his services for a cut-priced fee.

Now reports on Spanish website AS, Isco is upset with Real Madrid and temporary boss Santiago Solari for the lack of confidence and game time, having played less than under former boss Zinedine Zidane last season.

The report goes on to say he would also be ready to listen to offers in the January transfer window, with some suggestions that he’s already received a few proposals.

However, despite his lack of game time and his frustration with his time on the bench, Madrid will not want to sell the 26-year-old on the cheap and will demand a fee close to the £80 million mark.

Could he end up at Liverpool, United or Arsenal? Here is what we think.

Isco is not yet in the prime of his career and has incredible ability on the ball, so the idea that he could end up at any of the three clubs in the coming windows would excite many fans.

He has the vision, quality, dynamism and ability to be that special player all three clubs are lacking in attack, and considering he has at least six-years left playing at the very top of the game, £80 million is not a big amount of money.

If the reports are true and he is ready to leave Madrid, then he would be welcome in the Premier League, although there will be some big clubs around Europe battling Arsenal, Liverpool and United.


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