Isco's situation at Real Madrid may have changed when Zidane returned to the team, but it has not changed Florentino Pérez's idea about sealing the player's transfer away from the Bernabeu.
With a massive number of changes set to take place at Real Madrid, Isco seemed to be a lock for the 2019-20 season. Nevertheless, the need to sell players in order to fund transfers for their potential replacements could see the Malaga-born player leaving the club next summer.
According to a report by As, Isco is still not sure about his future with Los Blancos, since most of the team's potential deals include colleagues that play in the same place where he has made his mark. Christian Eriksen, Paul Pogba, Donny Van de Beek and even Eden Hazard can all take his place in the lineup, and if given the chance, he will trade playing second-fiddle to any of these midfielders in order to earn some playing time.
That's where Manchester United will step in, as the Red Devils would be interested in handing Isco a way out of the Bernabeu. As football fans around the world know, Solskjaer's squad will experience a massive overhaul, and Isco would be a fine replacement for Paul Pogba, if he ends up leaving the club this summer.
Other options for the playmaker included Juventus and Manchester City, but a potential deal by the bianconeri has reportedly been vetoed by Cristiano Ronaldo, while the current EPL champions will wait to hear about UEFA's probe against them that could see Guardiola's side before trying to lure in some big names in the offseason.
Real Madrid seems to be thinking about selling players before they can lure others in. Will Isco be involved in any of Los Blancos' upcoming transfers? We will be sure to keep you posted.