Isco wants Chelsea star included in deal before agreeing to Manchester City transfer


Premier League Champions elect Manchester City will have to bid for Alvaro Morata at Chelsea if they want to win the signature of Real Madrid‘s Isco according to Diario Gol in Spain, via the Express.

Real’s attacking midfielder wants Pep Guardiola to secure Morata at a cost of £70m during this summer as he has suffered under the Italian Manager. The Spanish duo has been close friends are ready to rekindle their relationship in Madrid by playing alongside each other in England. Isco is willing to move out of the Spanish capital as he believes he can make a great future out of Madrid.

The 25-year-old has not been a secure regular starter in Madrid, but has made 37 appearances this season although he is not very satisfied and plans to exit Zinedine Zidane’s side to acquire a significant squad status in another club.

League leaders Man City are very eager to land Isco but reports has it the player has an eye a move to England, but will only be part of City, if ex-Madrid team mate Morata joins him at Ethiad.

Blues front man Morata has been out of form lately although he grabbed seven goals to his name in his first seven appearances in both Premier and champions League. But he is currently under intense criticisms after 11-game goal drought.