Anfield side chase Bernabeu youngster.
Liverpool’s push to add top quality additions to strengthen squad ahead of a return to the Champions League will see Brendan Rodgers ready to make an offer for Real Madrid youngster Isco according to Football Direct News.
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Rodgers had targeted Isco whilst he was impressing at Malaga ahead of his Bernabeu switch but at the time were not able to offer Champions League action but now the Merseyside club have secured a seat at football’s top table and their renewed push for a first domestic title in 24 years may well further aid their push for the Spanish international.
Isco impressed in the early months of his first season at Real Madrid but since the turn of the year the attacking midfielder has been used in a more limited role, starting just four La Liga fixtures in 2014.
The 21 year old could well offer Liverpool an ideal link between midfield and attack, not least as Steven Gerrard now appear to be adopting a more withdrawn role, or perhaps Rodgers sees Isco working in a wide attacking role.
Isco offers a real threat in the final third, scoring a dozen goals for Malaga last season and racking up 11 goals for Real Madrid in something of a stop start campaign this term.
The youngster won’t come cheap though with Real Madrid sure to demand more than the £25m they paid for the player last June.
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