Real Madrid and Spanish attacking midfielder Isco could be on his way out of Real Madrid and likely join Chelsea according to Metro.
The player has been having difficulty getting into the plans of manager Rafael Benitez and was recently omitted from the starting line up in their 2-2 draw against Valencia.
Reports have it that the 23 year old and his agent would be having a crunch meeting with the Real Madrid hierarchy to determine his future at the Club.
The player is quite unhappy with his bit part role this season and would be open to offers with Chelsea and Manchester City leading the line.
Isco was key team player during the reign of Carlo Ancelotti and was regarded highly by the Italian and according to Fox Sports journalist – Raul Orvananos, Chelsea are highly interested in signing the midfielder.
Although with Chelsea strong interest, Isco once coached by Manchester City boss, Manuel Pellegrini during his spell at Malaga could favour a move to Manchester City.
A mouth-watering deal could as well sway the young Spaniard to join Chelsea as he would find chances at the club even as the Euros draw closer.
Isco known for his dribbles, quality passing and ability to create opportunities for strikers could help improve a resurgent Chelsea.
The sensational star helped Madrid to win both the prestigious UEFA Champions League and Copa Dey Ray in 2013/2014 season