Tottenham will be offered the chance to sign Real Madrid playmaker Isco over the next 14 days, should the player decide to leave the Bernabeu, according to The Mirror.
The Lowdown: Isco’s situation
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Now 29, the Spaniard has just six months remaining on his current contract. Therefore, should they wish, Spurs could now approach Isco’s representatives over a possible pre-contract agreement, although it seems as if Real Madrid could be offering his services in a cut-price January transfer.
The Latest: Tottenham to be offered Isco
The Mirror shared an update regarding Isco’s future in their live transfer blog on Sunday (10:46). They claimed that Real Madrid will offer his services to Spurs over the next 14 days, should he decide to leave this month.
Carlo Ancelotti doesn’t view the 29-year-old in his long-term plans, with sources close to the player revealing that Isco is set to make a decision on his future following his team’s next three fixtures.
The Verdict: Shrewd signing?
On that basis, bringing Isco to Spurs in a possible cut-price deal could be a shrewd move. He has bundles of international and elite level club experience and can also turn out in a deep-lying role or on the wing.
He may be set to turn 30 in April, but for the next two to three years, Isco could prove to be a smart addition, with Tottenham yet to replace the creative void left by Christian Eriksen back in January 2020.
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