Fransico Roman Alarcon Suarez commonly known as Isco might be heading to English Premier League considering the fact that Santiago Solari is not ready to fit him into his line-up.
Ever since Solari was appionted the permenant coach at Santiago Bernabeu, Isco has not been comfortable at the team due to lack of play time.
Solari for his personal reasons chose not to have the Spanish in his squad despite that the 26 year old midfielder is talent defined.
Isco in pursuit for a better future where he could get play-time should be opting for another team, looking at the fact that only God knows when Solari will be having a change of mind towards the Spanish footballer.
Often described as one of the best midfielders in the world, Isco already has at his trail, Juventus.
Juventus has earlier on made inquires concerning the players future. Considering the fact that Los Blancos are willing to lay him off in order to land Chelsea wonder-man “Eden Hazard”.
Recently, more teams seems to be linked to the Spanish wonder. According to Mirror, Isco is now a prime target for Arsenal and Chelsea.
It is claimed that all indications entail that the midfielder has greater chances of landing in the Premier league after the January transfer window is completed.
The two teams mentioned earlier on, Chelsea and Arsenal, will have to play their cards well in order to have the player as one of their employees.
Chelsea’s coach, Maurizio Sarri might be having some kind of advantage in the said deal due to some past event linking Emeri and Isco.
7 years ago, Emery was at Valencia when Isco was sold to Malaga. But Isco’s move to Malaga earned him the Golden boy award in the following year. Before he was sent to Real Madrid on 30million euro transfer deal.
Chelsea might have to act faster and smarter in order to be the lucky suitor that will harness Isco’s potentials at the end of the day.
Despite still having three years left on his contract life bar, Isco might be definitely ready to leave Santiago Bernabeu in order to get a better play-time elsewhere.