According to reports from Spain, the Reds are eager on the 27-year-old, that has been previously touted with a move to the Premier League.
Spanish publication El Desmarque report which Isco has emerged as a potential goal for Jurgen Klopp although not solidifying a regular place in Zinedine Zidane’s Galacticos.
It is implied that the FIFA Coach of the Year is still looking to bring some creativity to his world-conquering squad. The Reds are to add a participant in the same of the ilk of Philippe Coutinho who left Anfield for Barcelona in 2018.
Isco has started only 6 domestic league matches for the 13-time European Cup-winners this year. The 2012 Golden Boy remains yet to score to Los Blancos in either La Liga or the Champions League this effort.
The report says that infamous Madrid president Florentino Perez is believed to demand a fee of at least £59million ($70m) for Isco who’s spent seven years at the Bernabeu since linking from fellow La Liga outfit Malaga for approximately £23m [BBC Sport].
Former Premier League goalkeeper Shaka Hislop, a regular pundit for ESPN has expressed that he believes Isco would not match the standards of participant Klopp and Liverpool should aspire for.
“I’m unsure about this one,” Hislop stated. “I’m just trying to determine just where he fits.
“Listen, don’t get me wrong, I love Isco as a participant. However, you also have to appreciate the equilibrium of Liverpool right now.
“That is the challenge with attempting to assess Liverpool’s transfer goals since that machine is so well oiled and everything just seems to work so perfectly together, that comes in to make them better?
“Right now, I am going to leave Liverpool as is and say it doesn’t really work despite how highly I think of Isco.”