Chelsea will have to cough up a wads of cash if they are keen on luring Isco away from Real Madrid. The Blues are raring to shore up their frontline and Isco is reportedly on their radar.
Manchester City have been credited with interest in the star also, but both Premier League outfits will need to fork out more than half a billion pounds to make the deal pull through.
Chelsea eye a quick fix for their front berth in January and Isco is already on their cards.
The Spaniard is perceived as the life force that could add a little spark to the Blues tottering front display.
Madrid is still recovering from transfers that stabbed the club in the summer, however Isco’s ill-behaviour has punctured the club’s skin even deeper, causing them to bleed.
Currently, Isco is on borrowed time at the Bernabeu, despite enjoying a wealth of time under former boss Zinedine Zidane.
Top brass and powerful president Florentino Pérez will not axe him from the squad. However, he has demanded clubs fighting for his services to fork out £620 million before Isco will allowed to leave.
Meanwhile, the playmaker has been asked to bite the bullet by fellow teammate Marcelo. The Brazilian advised him to get his head in the game and quit stewing over differences between him and the club.