Club yet to receive any offer for Everton target – Premier league clubs have shown interest

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Real Madrid are yet to receive any offer for Everton target Isco despite Premier League interest.

Real Madrid’s Isco is enduring one of the worst spells of his Los Blancos career as Zinedine Zidane continues to exclude him from his plans. The Frenchman doesn’t count on Isco like he used to previously which has given rise to exit talks.

The Spaniard is tired of sitting on the bench and wants to have regular playing time as we inch closer to the Euro 2021. Isco is one of the most important players in Luis Enrique’s squad and needs to be fit and sharp before the international tournament. A number of teams have shown an interest with the likes of Everton, Juventus, Arsenal and Sevilla credited.

Even his father, who is his agent, has admitted that his son is looking for options away from Spain. The club is open to selling Isco in January rather than next summer as he would enter the final year of his contract in summer 2021.

According to Le10 Sport, Real Madrid are yet to receive any formal offer for Isco despite interest being shown by a number of clubs. The report states that Premier League clubs have enquired and contacted Isco regarding his intentions but no action has been taken ever since. Los Blancos are also open to accepting a loan move but on the condition that the club taking him will have to pay his full salary.

Isco pockets £210,000 (Salary Sport) which will amount to around 5 million for half a season. While some early reports stated that the Spanish club is willing to accept a bid around £20 million. The report further stated that Real Madrid won’t push for an exit forcefully and would keep him but with no guarantees of game time.

Next. Everton could present an offer for 30 year old Serie A star in January. dark

So, it now depends on Isco whether he wants to spend most part of the six months on the bench or push towards an exit and hope for an offer to arrive.  Everton can really make use of a player of Isco’s calibre and should push for a deal sooner before the competition increases.