Isco has emerged as a transfer target for Everton, Juventus and AC Milan, according to Calciomercato.it.
The website states the Real Madrid player is ‘ready to move immediately’ and is looking to leave La Liga in the winter market.
It’s claimed Serie A has long been at the top of the 28-year-old’s thoughts, where Juventus and AC Milan have emerged as admirers.
The Turin club have wanted Isco for years, but at the moment there have been no contacts between the two parties. The attacking midfielder is aware of the ‘esteem they have for him’ and he would be happy to join the Old Lady.
A move to the San Siro shouldn’t be excluded mainly because of the ‘idyllic’ relationship between the Rossoneri and Los Blancos, but the Spain international’s salary of €6.5m per year could be a problem for Milan.
If Milan are able to spread the salary over a longer contract, taking advantage of Italian tax laws, they could give it a thought.
Calciomercato.it adds Juve and Milan must also ‘pay attention’ to the Toffees. Everton manager Carlo Ancelotti has already trained the playmaker during his time at Real Madrid.
The Italian ‘knows and values’ the playmaker, and the Merseyside club’s coach ‘would be happy to embrace’ the former Malaga star at Goodison Park.
More developments are expected in the coming weeks as Isco hopes to change clubs in January.