- Isco has been offered to Chelsea by Spanish giants Real Madrid for £44 million
- The Spaniard is going through a tough time under Zidane with just five appearances this season
- Should Chelsea agree deal with Real, Isco may take a possible switch into Premier League in January
Isco, Real Madrid star, has been offered to Chelsea for a staggering worth of £44 million following his lack of game time with the Spanish giants.
The Spaniard has become a fading figure in the Los Blancos squad with the Real Madrid star currently having a turbulent time under Zinedine Zidane.
The 27-year-old won four Champions League titles and La Liga trophy, but a sudden turn of event has made him fall down the pecking order in the new season.
With just five appearances in 18 La Liga game, Isco's frosty relationship with Real has irredeemably got more worsened with the forward presently looked destined for imminent departure from Santiago Bernabéu Stadium.
Chelsea have now been told to bring £44 million offer when the January market opens for the signing of the out-favoured star.
According to Metro UK, Real Madrid are keen on signing Tottenham star Christian Eriksen and an offer from Chelsea may see the Spaniard available for possible England switch.
Blues boss Frank Lampard has been given a staggering £150million to spend with Dortmund star Jadon Sancho topping the list of Chelsea target.
Chelsea are also reportedly eyeing Crystal Palace winger Wilfried Zaha and Leicester City defender Ben Chilwell as Lampard desperately moves to reinforce his young machines.
But an agreement with Real Madrid may also lure Isco, who made almost 300 appearances for Los Blancos, to Stamford Bridge in January transfer.
Earlier, Legit.ng reported that Chelsea are reportedly on the verge of beating Manchester United and Liverpool for the signing of Borussia Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho.
Blues are working on a deal that will make them sign the English winger in the region of £120m.
Chelsea's transfer ban has been reduced recently, and the Blues are now ready to spend big for Frank Lampard when the January transfer window opens.
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