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Everton: Frank McAvennie says Toffees target Isco is a ‘bargain’

Everton: Frank McAvennie says Toffees target Isco is a ‘bargain’ - Everton Transfer Rumours

Frank McAvennie has claimed to Football Insider that he thinks that Isco would be a ‘bargain’ signing for Everton amid all of the transfer speculation surrounding the Real Madrid star.

Indeed, a wide range of various reports have linked him with a possible move to the Goodison Park faithful in the January transfer window, and the former Celtic and West Ham United striker thinks that he would be a shrewd signing by the Merseyside club:

“Everyone is leaving Real Madrid, is it something Zidane said.

“It would be a bargain for £20million, that’s for sure.

“Look, Barcelona and Real are not the forces they used to be and while they will return to the top players want to play in the Premier League because that is where the money is and that is where the competition is.

“Ever since Pep and Klopp came over it has been magnificent.

“Players want money and the money is in England so I think it would be a good fit for Isco at Everton.

“You want to see top players. He will get fans off their seat. He is the kind of player you want in England.”

Isco could do well under Ancelotti

Indeed, Isco could do well under his former coach in Carlo Ancelotti, given that he scored 17 goals and supplied a further 22 assists in 106 matches over all competitions in two consecutive seasons while playing for the Italian boss with the Spanish giants (Transfermarkt).

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The 28 year-old may also seize the chance to play with his former teammate in James Rodriguez, who would help him in adapting to life in the English top flight.

Should Everton sign Isco?

Given what he has achieved so far in the beautiful game, it is safe to say that Isco would be a shrewd signing by the Toffees considering the type of winning mentality that he can bring around the camp.

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The Spain international has scored no fewer than 82 goals in total for both club and country over the course of his whole career as well as assisting 65 times, with over 400 games under his belt at the highest level (Transfermarkt).

Indeed, this is a deal that the Blues should be looking to pursue in January if possible.

In other news, find out which EFC star is attracting interest from UEFA Champions League giants here!


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