Latest Isco update is positive for Arsenal’s pursuit

Mundodeportivo says that no team is leading the race for the signature of Isco, and that should delight Arsenal that is looking to sign the Spanish midfielder.

Isco has struggled to play for Real Madrid this season with Zinedine Zidane prioritising playing other midfielders.

The Spaniard wants to be in the Euros next year and he needs to play more regularly before he can achieve that.

The report says that several teams want him including Arsenal but there are no clear favourites to land him at the moment.

This is partly because Madrid knows that most teams are desperate for reinforcements and he will be a good addition to their side, and they want some money before letting him leave them.

Even though no team is clearly in the lead at the moment, it says that a move to the Premier League is most likely.

Arsenal wants him, but they will have to see off competition from Everton with Carlo Ancelotti keen to be reunited with his former player.

Arteta will have to convince the former Malaga man that he would be an important member of the team if he makes the move to the Emirates next month.

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5 Comments

  1. Atid says:

    Not needed, too much like ceballos.

    Would simply prefer to see maitland-niles next to partey and saka, smith-rowe, martinelli and aubameyang ahead of them.

    1. Davi says:

      Not another ceballos, he’s definitely a top class talent. Question is whether he’d be motivated to play at Arsenal. Would he be a Sanchez or an Ozil?

  2. The Real Vieira Lynn says:

    I wouldn’t say he’s a world class talent, I would say that at one point in time I considered him to be on the cusp of greatness…unfortunately that was a long time ago and since that time he has failed to impress multiple managers, he has a somewhat spotty injury history, much like a Wiltshire on steroids, and it seems like his body-type has changed in a way that seems somewhat problematic for his preferred style of play…if there is any truth to this rumour, I must admit it worries me, as it smells of another feast or famine acquisition that reeks of desperation…we can’t afford to take a chance on another flyer at this juncture, we need a proven talent that has been playing regular first team football at a consistently high level…is that asking too much?!?

  3. Spot says:

    I think isco is not the solution to our creativity problem
    We need a more attacking player that plays a first team football and has impressed over the years not a player not looks almost like ceballos we don’t need players like that
    We need players that can break a team defense with long passes and through balls not a players you give the ball and gives it to a close player
    We need a midfielder that has all qualities speed, strenght And agility a player like ramsey

  4. zamind says:

    I am now an advocate of hunting in the EPL.
    These players from other leagues often flop or cant stand the EPL speed and physicality. Use same money like what was spend on Pepe and get 4 good players locally.
    Liverpool and others have done this successfully.

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