- Isco could be on his way out of Real Madrid following his misery at the Bernabeu
- The Spanish midfielder was dropped for Real's game against Valladolid owing to disciplinary actions
- Manchester United and Arsenal are preparing summer bids for the Madrid playmaker
Isco has now become a summer target for Manchester United and Arsenal following his nightmare season at Real Madrid under Santiago Solari, reports claims.
His future was thrown into further misery after the Spanish midfielder was dropped in Los Blancos 4-1 win over Real Valladolid.
Despite the team not having Gareth Bale, Vinicius Junior and Lucas Vasquez available due to injuries, Solari snubbed him for the weekend clash.
The 26-year-old refused to travel with the team to the Bernabeu for the shock defeat to Ajax after being dropped but he has since apologized for his actions.
However Solari has requested that the club drag him in for disciplinary action when the Argentine boss was asked about Isco's exclusion.
"Isco apologised for not getting on the bus on the day of Ajax.
“We handle disciplinary matters internally… To play, you have to be in the right physical shape first and then you have to maintain it."
It is understood that the current crisis of Isco has started gaining interest from three Premier League giants.
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But his decision could be influenced on which team will make it through to the Champions League next season.
Chelsea were also linked to the Spain international but their transfer ban means they are out of the race.
Pep Guardiola has also been a long term admirer of Isco and the playmaker reportedly told his agent to sort out a deal for him with Manchester City.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Manchester United are set to battle rivals, Liverpool, for the signature of Real Madrid star, Isco, should the La Liga giants decide to offload the midfielder in the summer.
Isco has in the past been tipped for a move to the Premier League with links to Chelsea and Arsenal.
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