Arsenal have been given the go ahead to make a £32.9million move for Real Madrid playmaker Isco after they were told that the Spaniards are ready to sell, according to the Metro.
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The Gunners have been keeping a close watch on the Spaniard for the best part of a year now and have recently been reported to be pondering a summer deal to snap him up.
Real Madrid were aware of the interest, but weren’t thought to be keen on letting him go, however, recent reports in the Spanish media claim that they may be willing to negotiate a deal should Arsenal meet his £32.9million asking price.
The money earned from the Spanish international’s sale could then be used to fund a massive summer swoop for Chelsea’s Eden Hazard, who the club have admitted to be watching recently.
Isco has so far made 45 appearances across all competitions this season, bagging himself five goals in the process.