Manchester United are among three Premier League clubs to have made offers to Real Madrid midfielder Isco, according to a report in Spain.
The Spain midfielder has made only 14 La Liga starts this season and he is not a guaranteed starter under Real boss Zinedine Zidane and reports in Spain claim he has run out of patience with the player and is willing to allow him to move on this summer.
Furthermore, club president Florentino Perez is planning major changes in the summer with Real already out of the Copa del Rey and 19 points behind La Liga leaders Barcelona.
And seemingly Isco could be one of the players to make way with Diario Gol claiming club captain Sergio Ramos has learned Isco has three offers to leave the club this summer.
As per the report, Manchester City, Manchester United and Chelsea have all lodged offers with the 25-year-old after learning his future in the Spanish capital was uncertain.
In fact Spanish TV show El Chiringuito de Jugones last night reported that Isco will be sold this summer if coach Zidane stays with Real Madrid.
Their reporter Josep Pedrerol said: “Isco was deemed to be more of a pivotal player than the Colombian (James Rodriguez) but has had a discreet and underwhelming season so far.”
Isco, 25, only signed a contract extension last September to tie him to the club until 2022.