City are trying to lure Isco

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Isco can replace David Silva in the squad. Manchester City have a desire to sign Real Madrid’s midfielder Isco and have already entered into negotiations on the football player, Don Balon reported.

The Citizens are willing to pay 75 million euros for the Spaniard.

It is also reported that Josep Guardiola sees in this performer a possible replacement for David Silva.

Recall that Isco has spent 25 games for Los Blancos and scored four goals in the current season. Earlier there was an information that Guardiola designated Isco’s transfer as a priority for the Citizens next summer.

26-year-old Isco has never got into the starting line-up for Primera matches since the appointment of Santiago Solari, so he really would like to change the team in the coming summer.

(Reporting by Dan McGlush, editing by Valerie Cooper)

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