La Liga giants Real Madrid are reportedly considering using Isco as a makeweight in a deal to secure the services of Man Utd playmaker Paul Pogba this summer.
The Los Blancos head-coach Zinedine Zidane is still believed to see compatriot French playmaker as one of his dream targets, with the World Cup-winning playmaker having been consistently rumoured with a switch to Santiago Bernabeu in recent years.
Spanish giants are believed to revive their interest again during the upcoming summer transfer window as the 26-year-old’s current deal enters its final year, and they hope that the Red Devils signing of Bruno Fernandes will help to open the door for Frenchman to depart from the squad.
Spanish outlet El Desmarque reports that the Los Blancos are also willing to offer the Red Devils further midfield reinforcements in the form of Spanish playmaker in order to lower the £150m asking price.
The 20-times English champions have regularly been rumoured with Isco in recent years, and Spaniard is considered dispensable by Zinedine Zidane having only made nine La Liga starts this campaign.
Pogba, meanwhile, has been limited to make only eight appearances across all competitions following to injury, with his last start for the Red Devils coming in September.