Date: 5th June 2019 at 11:00am
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Tottenham have been linked with a move for Isco on numerous occasions, with the 27-year-old struggling for form and playing time at Real Madrid. Christian Eriksen has been linked with a move to Real as his contract has one year to run and he’s no closer to putting pen to paper on an extension.

With both players tipped to leave their respective clubs, a potential swap deal had been mooted in the past, but no deal materialised. Isco may be back on Tottenham’s radar this summer, however, after Jose Felix Diaz of Marca reported that he’s been put for sale.

Isco made 37 appearances in all competitions last season, scoring and creating seven goals. In La Liga, the playmaker featured 27 times but made only 11 starts – 60% of his outings came from the bench. Isco scored only two goals in the league since September and only played a full 90 minute on two occasions.

Real will listen to offers for the Spanish international, but Isco won’t come cheap. According to Alejandro Alcazar of Sport, The £102k-per-week midfielder has a £102m asking price which would smash Tottenham’s transfer record. There’s no suggestion that Isco would be open to the move either, but Spurs have half a chance now Real are considering his sale.

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2 Replies to “Opinion: Tottenham could sign £102k-per-week Real Madrid man, latest report is good news”

  • It will be a crazy and sad day when Eriksen departs Tottenham but i must say he has been a loyal soldier since joining us in 2013 and imo if he is ready within his own career to try something different then we must let him know he will always be a yid, wish him the best of luck not stand in his way. I will say if we could get Isco in his place that would go along way to mending the heart WOW what a player. If Spurs and Real are ready to let go of their players and both teams want eachothers player then no messing around just straight swop and move on to other prospective players.

  • I am not sure there is any truth to this story as we have been linked with Isco many times and I believe that he has said that he would not like to play under Poch. However, people’s opinions can change and if we did swap him for Erikson it would be a major coup!!! I have also read that Levy has told Real Madrid’s President that Erikson is not going anywhere and having Erikson sign a new contract is the top priority this summer.

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