Arsenal keep a close eye on €60m-rated Spain international

Real Madrid midfielder Isco is being tracked by Gunners and Man City. Spain international has established himself as one of the bigger names at Los Blancos since his move from Malaga in 2013. He has netted 48 times in 282 games in all tournaments over the past seven campaigns in the Spanish capital.

However, Isco could leave La Liga giants due to a lack of first-team action under the French manager. Spanish club would be open to selling the playmaker if one of the Premier League clubs make an offer in the region of £60m. Isco desperately needs a move away from the Los Blancos.

London club boss Unai Emery has identified the 27-year-old midfielder as a long-term replacement for Mesut Ozil, who has been frozen out of the first-team picture at the London club. The German playmaker has played just four matches so far this campaign.

Meanwhile, Pep Guardiola is considering his attempt to lure the Spanish attacker away from Real Madrid to replace the ageing David Silva, adds the report. But Unai Emery must do everything possible to beat Cityzens to sign Isco in the winter transfer window.

Isco has been struggling to work wonders ever since Cristiano Ronaldo left the club. Nevertheless, he could solve the London club’s creativity problems by replacing Ozil. Isco is undoubtedly one of the best playmakers in Europe, and the twinkle-toed star is a truly elite performer.

Champions League winner possesses exceptional technique and is arguably better than Mesut right now, with great vision and a keen eye for a killer pass.