Arsenal will be able to land the services of Real Madrid playmaker Isco for £28.9million – granted he is handed regular first team football, according to reports from the Daily Express.
Real Madrid splashed €30 million to secure the services of Isco during the summer of 2013 following his brilliant two years at Malaga and it was expected that the young Spaniard would go on to the next level at the Santiago Bernabeu.
While Isco has shown flashes of his wonderful talent during his time at Madrid, the attacking midfielder has not flourished as well as people would have anticipated due to lack of opportunities provided to him from the start.
As a result, Isco has consistently been linked with a move away from Madrid and a reunion with former Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini at the Etihad Stadium has been seen as a strong possibility.
However according to reports from the Daily Express, Arsenal are in pole position to sign Isco for a fee of around £28.9million but the playmaker needs to be convinced that he will be awarded regular minutes on the pitch in order to arrive at the Emirates Stadium.