Manchester City fans in the Transfer Tavern assembled ahead of their afternoon clash with Watford to discuss some exciting transfer news, which has seen them raise their pints in anticipation of a staggering move.
The Daily Mirror states unhappy Real Madrid midfielder Isco is eying a January exit from the Spanish capital and wants to reunite with Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini, who previously managed him at Malaga.
23-year-old Spanish international Isco faces a wealth of competition at Real Madrid, falling out of favour with Rafael Benitez, and will hold showdown talks with the Spanish side on Tuesday.
Isco’s representatives have sounded out City ahead of a potential move, with a proposal that would see Isco join on-loan and then complete a permanent switch in the summer for a fee of around £25m.
The Spanish star wants assurances regarding first-team football as he aims to break into Spain’s starting line-up for the European Championships at the end of the season, where Los Rojas will be aiming to win their third successive European crown.
Interest in Isco will be high, should he become available, but our fans believe that City hold the trump card in the form of Chilean boss Pellegrini.
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