Manchester United have roared into the race to sign Real Madrid superstar Isco, with the Spaniard facing an uncertain future at Real Madrid.
That’s what Don Balon says anyway, translated by the Daily Express. The report adds that Isco, who recently signed a new deal with a colossal £650million release clause, has fallen down Zinedine Zidane’s pecking order and he could well be on the move.
I love watching world-class playmaker work. He was the highlight of the international break as he scored a stunning hat-trick during Spain’s 6-1 drubbing of Argentina, and watching him perform is just an absolute joy.
His passing and moving is up there with the best in the business, and it’s criminal that he isn’t a guaranteed starter for Los Blancos.
I’m sure that if he became available a whole host of clubs would be chasing his signature, and frankly, I’d be extremely disappointed if the Red Devils didn’t get involved in the bidding to secure his signature. However, the article adds that the relationship between United and Real Madrid has become strained following the David de Gea transfer debacle just a few summers ago.