ARSENAL could face competition from Juventus and AC Milan in the race to sign Isco, according to reports.
The out-of-favour winger could be available for as little as £17million with Real Madrid keen to find a buyer.
And that relatively low fee could spark a huge frenzy in the bid to sign him, fichajes.net report.
They say that Juventus and AC Milan are both drawn towards Isco with LaLiga side Sevilla also interested.
The 28-year-old has just one year left on his contract at the Bernabeu.
He has played 23 times in all competitions this season, the majority from the bench, for Real Madrid but not scored or assisted a single goal.
Everton have also been linked with a summer swoop for the 28-year-old playmaker.
Isco reportedly fell out with manager Zinedine Zidane and wants out of the Spanish capital.
The apparent falling out stemmed from an incident during Real Madrid’s shock loss to Levante in January.
Having spent most of the season stuck on the bench, the player suffered what he reportedly described as a ‘humiliation’.
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The Spaniard was named among the substitutes for Real’s home clash with Levante.
With the score at 1-1, Zinedine Zidane’s assistant David Bettoni, turned to his bench and brought on youngster Sergio Arribas instead of Isco.
The 28-year-old was the last remaining senior attacker among the subs and Madrid newspaper AS describe his fury at being snubbed.
Isco was not injured and Real needed a win to maintain their ailing title defence, with Levante going on to snatch all three points.