Connect with us

Arsenal News

Arsenal enter negotiations with Real Madrid over Possible Isco Transfer

Published

on

Isco to arsenal transfer
Share This Post

Arsenal are reportedly clossing on signing Real Madrid star Isco but the Gunners face competition from Newcastle United

Check Out All Arsenal Transfer News & Updates Here

Arsenal have been linked with a move for the Spanish midfielder in recent transfer market and the Gunners are keen to reignite thier interest in the 29-years-old midfielder as they face a strong competition with the Mega-rich Newcastle United.

A report from Spanish outlet Fichajes claims the Gunners have maintained contact with the Real Madrid management after seeing their last offer rejected in the summer.

Isco will be out of contract at the end of this current season but Arsenal are willing and ready to snatch him off in January.

 

Isco Real Madrid player

Isco had only played 166 minutes for Real Madrid this season.

Arsenal are planning to pay up the midfielder wages untill the end of his Real Madrid contract but the Gunners don’t want to pay a transfer fee should the deal go through in January.

Meanwhile Newcastle are also monitoring the 29-years-old contract and The Magpies are desperate to secure his move to St James’ Park Stadium.

Isco was close to joining the Gunners last summer but Arsenal saw their bid rejected by the Bernabeu board and Martin Odegaard deal was sealed instead.

Isco has have an unfavourable starts to the season, sitting on the bench in most of Los Blancos game.

The Spanish midfielder has played only 166 minutes of football this season under Real Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti.

Isco have spend eight years in Madird with 343 appearances for th La Liga gaint in all competitions with four UEFA Champions Leaguue and three La liga title to his name.

It’s left for Madrid to decide if the Spanish midfielder leaves on a free transfer at the end of the season or he will be snapped by January on a cut-price.

Share This Post

Telegram Like, Join and Follow EPL FANS across social media

FACEBOOK - TWITTER - TELEGRAM GROUPS - YOUTUBE.

PLEASE NOTE

The information contained on EPL FANS may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed without the prior written authority of EPL FANS! and if we're unable to give a feedback on your request within your desire schedule, then you can go ahead by giving credit {LINK} to the source page on our site.

Follow Us On Flipboard Flipboard

Trending

close
  • Join Live Premier League Forum Sign Up and Meet Millions of Football Fans online