Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane is considering selling playmaker Isco.
That’s according to a report by AS, who are claiming that the Frenchman has been unimpressed by the Spain international’s output so far this season and is willing to listen to offers at the end of the season.
But that will depend on Zidane not being sacked by Los Blancos following a disappointing campaign for the reigning La Liga champions, who face Paris Saint Germain as they look to defend their Champions League crown.
Liverpool are claimed to be keen on bringing Isco to the Premier League, according to Read Liverpool, and manager Jurgen Klopp could contact the Spanish club at the end of the season to try and broker a deal.
Klopp is short on creativity in midfield following the decision to allow Brazil international Philippe Coutinho to Barcelona last month and is likely to go after an attacking option this Summer.
Whether or not a big money move for Isco makes sense remains to be seen, but the Spaniard certainly has the ability to become a key component at another top European club if he moves on.
The twenty-five year old is entering his prime and him spending those years at Anfield would be no shame.