'Sky Sport': After signing Cristiano, Juventus now want Isco

The Italian giants are looking to secure an agreement with the player before the summer to put the pressure on Real Madrid to sell

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Isco's future appears to be away from Real Madrid. 'Sky Sport' have revealed that Juventus are planning to use the same tactic which brought them Cristiano Ronaldo last summer. They want to agree a deal with Isco now before pushing a move through at a later date.

Juve's director of football, Paratici, was key in securing Ronaldo's signature and is now involved in sorting out a deal for Isco. This shouldn't come as a surprise because the Turin club's interest isn't new.

According to 'Sky Sport', Paratici has already been in contact with Isco's representatives to help speed up a potential agreement. Isco and Madrid's current head coach, Solari, don't appear to get on well with each other and that relationship has shown no signs of improving in recent weeks. The talented Spaniard remains largely a back up option this season.

The decision belongs to the player who will need to decide which option is the best for his future. Isco is irritated by his lack of playing time and this has caused Madrid to fear the worst when it comes to the midfielder's decision.



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