Tottenham would be among the clubs interested in signing Isco if Real Madrid make him available for transfer this summer, according to the Sun.
Isco recently admitted he is unhappy with the amount of playing time he is current being given at the Bernabeu, and the Sun believes he could seek an exit after the World Cup.
The report names Spurs, Chelsea and Manchester City as potential destinations for Isco, who scored a hat-trick for Spain against Argentina earlier this week.
It also claims Isco could be available for as little as £40 million.
Tottenham have been linked with the 25-year-old playmaker heavily over recent years, especially in the summer of 2016.
But a fine campaign for Madrid in 2016-17 saw Isco agree a new contract with the European giants midway through the season.
Despite his lack of playing time, I find it very hard to believe Madrid would let him leave for just £40 million – a ridiculously low price in the current climate for a player of Isco’s quality.
The Sun’s report is speculative at best, although I wouldn’t be surprised to see Isco leave Madrid this summer. But it’s unlikely he’ll join Spurs.