£70 million deal definately on as Chelsea target Isco ‘looking to leave’ Real Madrid
There has been some fresh reports which have claimed that long-term Chelsea target Isco will look to leave Real Madrid at the end of the season.
There has been a lot of transfer speculation in the media over the past few months all suggesting that Chelsea are lining up a number of transfer targets next transfer window in order to challenge for the Premier League title, especially as they could not sign anyone during last summers transfer window.
Chelsea have one of the best and most exciting talents in the Premier League right now, but they are lacking one or two world class players that could come in and make a serious impact on the side, and also send a real statement to the rest of the Premier League.
And Isco is reportedly on the shopping list, as Real are understood to be keen on raising money to fund deals for more incomings, meaning that Madrid are ready to let Isco leave the club if chasing clubs meet his £70 million transfer fee.
The Spain international has made just three LaLiga appearances this season totalling 104 minutes and has grown tired of the lack of first-team opportunities under Zinedine Zidane, according to Italian publication Calciomercato.
Now Chelsea will have a ton of money to spend in next summer’s transfer window, especially as they made over £130 million last summer after selling a number of first team players, aswell as a few fringe players that could not make the grade.
And if there is a chance for Chelsea to splash the cash and sign a player of the quality of Isco, who is a brilliantly gifted midfielder despite all the troubles and lack of game time he has had at Madrid.
The Premier League needs a few world class signings added to it and if Chelsea do not decide to make an offer, then surely another Premier League rival will be interested in securing a deal.
This could be a fun one to watch in the coming windows if reports are true and Isco is keen to leave the club at the end of the season.
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