- Isco has been linked with a move to join Premier League side Everton from Real Madrid
- The Spaniard has not been having it rosy this term in the Spanish La Liga
- Everton are currently occupying second position on Premier League table after seven games so far
Premier League giants Everton have been reportedly linked with Real Madrid midfielder Isco who is currently having a troubled season under Zinedine Zidane.
His former manager at Real Madrid Carlo Ancelotti is currently in charge of Everton and the Spaniard could be having a reunion with him next year.
Under Carlo Ancelotti at Real Madrid, Isco won the Champions League and also the Copa del Rey before the situation changed under Zidane.
With just two starts all season at Real Madrid neither of which lasted longer than an hour, the 28-year-old is thought to be available when the transfer window opens.
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According to the report on UK Sun, Isco fancies reuniting with Ancelotti and former team-mate James Rodriguez at Everton.
James Rodriguez has been in superb form since he joined Everton and he is one of the reasons Everton are topping the League table.
The report added that Real Madrid will be interested in sending the Spaniard out only on loan in the January transfer window.
Juventus are also said to be interested in the signing of Isco in January.
Meanwhile, Everton are currently occupying second position on the Premier League table with 16 points after seven games played.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Real Madrid midfielder Marco Asensio admitted that he was close to joining rivals Barcelona in 2015.
The Spaniard joined Los Blancos in a six year deal worth €3.9 million from Real Mallorca in 2015 having already agreed a deal with them in December 2014.
However, while speaking ahead of this weekend's El Clasico, the winger said he could have signed for the Catalans according to Daily Mail.
Asensio has gone ahead to score 30 goals and 30 assists in 149 appearances across competitions for the Spanish League champions since he joined them.
The 24-year-old also hinted that his move to Real was inspired by 20 Grand Slam winner Rafael Nadal, who is a staunch supporter of the Galacticos himself.
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