Real Madrid playmaker Isco is reportedly among Liverpool’s transfer targets. One considered to be one of the world’s best-attacking midfielders, the 27-year-old midfielder has suffered a massive dip in form which has seen him fall down the pecking order at La Liga giants.
This campaign, Isco has made just 17 appearances under Zinedine Zidane, scoring a goal with Valencia in the Supercopa de Espana. Merseyside club are interested in the attacker, and Jurgen Klopp feels that he can strengthen the club’s midfield.
Chelsea also linked with Isco, claiming that talks were ongoing. Reds haven’t had a creative midfielder since Philippe Coutinho, and the Spaniard would be a suitable addition as a backup. However, Liverpool already have a pretty good set of players in that department, so it seems very unlikely that they will make a move for Isco.
The 27-year-old attacker made appearances as a substitute during Real Madrid’s Copa Del Rey game with Unionists, and it will be interesting to see if Zidane gives him game time on the weekend when the Los Blancos take on Real Valladolid. Jurgen Klopp wants to strengthen the midfield during the summer transfer window.
Isco joined Real Madrid from Malaga in 2013 with a €30m deal. He is one of the best playmakers in Europe and a crucial figure for the Los Blancos. Spaniard won many titles with the Los Blancos like four Champions League, Copa del Rey and La Liga. He is a regular member of the national team squad and also played in the 2018 World Cup.