Arsenal have reportedly agreed a £34m deal for Real Madrid playmaker, Isco this summer. The Spanish giants are eager to make the transfer now that their transfer ban has finally been lifted, according to Tribal Football.
The Spanish player has long been linked with a move away from the Bernabeu in recent times, since Rafa Benitez had turned him into something of an outcast and left him isolated from the team, although new boss Zinedine Zidane has since reinstated him in to the first team fold.
However, that hasn’t silenced rumors that he is set for the exit door in the Spanish capital, with reports growing that the player is looking for a new chapter in his career.
If the rumors are true that Arsene Wenger is attempting to engineer a move for Isco, Manchester City may try to rival the bid, although they will have their work cut out.
It is believed that Real Madrid will do business with Arsenal unless they receive a higher offer than the touted £34m for the player, so unless Pep Guardiola decides he wants to break the bank for Isco when he arrives, Arsenal should have an easy route to convince the player to switch to the Emirates.