West Ham United have joined the list of suitors for Real Madrid midfielder Isco, who looks set to leave the club this summer.

That’s according to El Español, who say David Moyes ‘would love’ to have the Spanish midfielder as a part of his squad.

They explain that Isco’s future is ‘open to him’ as his time at Real Madrid ‘is running out’ because his contract expires this summer, and Madrid have no intention of renewing his deal.

He’s yet to decide his future but has options in front of him, with a list of clubs lining up to take the possible free agent.

West Ham are one of them, with it recently reported that they are keen and El Español picking up on that.

They say there is the ‘shadow of the Premier League’ when it comes to Isco’s future as West Ham have ‘joined’ the queue of clubs who are looking at a deal.

Moyes likes the idea of signing the 29-year-old because he is the type of player he doesn’t currently have in his squad and believes he can provide a ‘leap in quality’ in the final third of the pitch.

Whether Isco would be keen on the move isn’t mentioned, nor is how West Ham would plan to convince him to swap Madrid for London.

That remains to be seen but what is clear is that they are interested in a move should Isco become a free agent as expected.