Real Madrid are reportedly open to selling Isco this January to any club interested in his service. The talented playmaker has struggled for the past two season with form and fitness and have seen his place in the first team taken by the younger and vibrant Vicinius Jr.
The 28-year-old have contacted his father who happens to be his agent to discuss transfer plans as gets irritated more and more over spending more time on the bench rather than the pitch.
His situation at the club won’t resolve soon as Zinedine Zidane has no plans to play in the future or give the time to find his rhythm and confidence back.
Isco’s availability has attracted some of the biggest clubs in Europe but two clubs are more serious about signing him this January.
Everton are banking on his former manager Carlo Ancelotti to persuade the superstar to join them while Arsenal are hoping he considers their European participation as well as their vast array of strikers who will need his clever through balls to score.
If he agrees to join Arsenal, he will be the club’s long term replacement for Mesut Ozil.
Isco have played 313 games for Real Madrid, scoring 51 goals and winning 16 trophies including 4 Champions League trophies.