Edu and Arteta are working underway to land Real Madrid ace Alarcon Isco. A team is working to face the Star's agent on personal terms before proceeding to strike a shock move for the Spaniard. A deal is set to be clinched as soon as possible amid interest from Tottenham and AC Milan.
Isco is reportedly a year towards the end of his contract and the Laliga Giants are not ready on contract talks as the star is found to be a surplus requirement for the Giants.
The 29 year-old Spaniard had been a crucial tool for Real Madrid in the previous years before dropping down in the pecking order of the club. With Odegaard set to stay back at Bernabeu, it's clear that the Madrid's are ready to let Isco out this summer.
According to mirror report, Isco will cost any interested club as low as €6m this summer. Arsenal has been linked with his signature for a number of years, it won't be a surprise to see Arsenal lining an offer for the experienced mildfielder.
However, Arsenal remains to be seen on whether will fail signing him this summer due to lack of European football.
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