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28th Oct 2015

Premier League trio set to move for Isco as he tells Real Madrid he wants to leave

Simon Lloyd

Having failed to hold down a regular place at Real Madrid, reports are now suggesting that Isco has requested a move from the Bernabeu.

The Spanish international, who nearly signed for Manchester City before moving to Real, wants regular first team football and appears to have decided that his current club won’t be able to guarantee this.

Unsurprisingly, the Premier League is being seen as an ideal destination for the talented attacking midfielder, with a trio of clubs reportedly set to pounce.

Sporting Gijon v Real Madrid CF - La Liga

According to the Daily Star, Arsenal could well be interested but Arsene Wenger would face stiff competition from Jurgen Klopp and whoever is in charge as Chelsea.

It’s also mentioned that Real would expect a fee upwards of £35m for the 23-year-old.