Manchester City want Isco
Manchester City are targeting Real Madrid midfielder, Isco, after the former Malaga star will not likely see consistent minutes following Real Madrid’s €85 million move for Colombian midfielder, James Rodriguez.
Manchester City and manager Manuel Pellegrini attempted to bring Isco from the Chilean’s former club Malaga last summer, but Isco chose to join Real Madrid.
However, the 22-year-old failed to see consistent minutes behind Gareth Bale and Angel Di Maria and the same thing looks to happen this coming season after the signing of James.
According to the Daily Mail, English Premier League champions are keen to make another push for Isco, but may be restricted by their UEFA Financial Fair Play sanctions.
Meanwhile, the report goes on to state that City, who are currently on tour in the United States, will not sign a replacement for injured striker, Alvaro Negredo, who is out of action for the next two months after breaking his fifth metatarsal.